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What about the future of Gujnre in cash.I have purchased at 154

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Asked by agamkachhal, 10 Mar '08 06:53 pm
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Russell Vale, New South Wales (Australia), Oct. 14 As Indias coking coal demand mounts, with demand outpacing supply for steel production in the coming years, Gujarat NRE Coke Ltds overseas outfit here is converting itself from a single product entity into a global resource entity with core focus on coking coal. Talking to a group of Indian journalists here (whose visit was sponsored by the company) on the companys coal base in the lush valley colliery, the Chairman of Gujarat NRE Minerals Ltd, Mr Arun Kumar Jagatramka, said the company is set to emerge as one of the largest coking coal producers in Australia over the next few years when production would cross 6 million tonnes a year by 2012 from the current one million tonnes. He said that with steel consumption growing in India, the country would emerge as the largest net importer of coking coal from Australia before long, even overtaking Japan. contd on page 2... Industrys demand From a slot of seventh or eighth ...more
Answered by AKASH GOYAL, 15 Oct '08 10:48 pm

 
  
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Valuation is high, go for cheaper stocks.
Answered by ShareGuruJi, 10 Mar '08 11:30 pm

 
  
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Answered by Associate, 10 Mar '08 07:32 pm

 
  
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