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Jindal Group: ex Ilva we do not care

2019-11-08T13:57:39.055Z

14.45 After ArcelorMittal's step backwards regarding the former Ilva of Taranto, the Indian Jindal group denies its own interest in the matter. In a tweet, the group "strongly denies" the rumors that "Jondal Steel & Power could renew its interest in the Taranto steel plant". Meanwhile, the commissioners of the plant will request an extension of the deadline for the adaptation of the blast furnace. 2. Seized after a fatal accident in 2015, AFO2 must be brought into compliance with the safety standard by December 13th.



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08 November 201914.45 After ArcelorMittal's step backwards regarding the former Ilva of Taranto, the Indian Jindal group denies its own interest in the matter. In a tweet, the group "strongly denies" the rumors that "Jondal Steel & Power could renew its interest in the Taranto steel plant". Meanwhile, the commissioners of the plant will request an extension of the deadline for the adaptation of the blast furnace. 2. Seized after a fatal accident in 2015, AFO2 must be brought into compliance with the safety standard by December 13th.

Source: rainews

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