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Aluminium plants in the country are grappling with critically low level of coal stocks and if the fuel supply is not restored immediately it would lead to irrevocable collateral damage, industry body AAI warned on Friday. The statement comes at a time when the supply of coal by CIL to non-power sectors has been kept suspended temporarily amid electricity generating plants in the country facing fuel shortages. "Today also, aluminium industry has not received any relief with respect to the ongoing coal supply crisis. Indian aluminium plants are grappling with critically low levels of coal stock, with no recourse or alternative means to meet their power needs and keep the plants operational," Aluminium Association of India (AAI) said. It further warned that if coal supply is not restored immediately, it would lead to an irrevocable collateral damage of these national assets. "Any power outage in aluminium plants will lead to catastrophic impact & complete shutdown which will take ...Posted on : Oct 15, 2021
The export restrictions on these products were imposed in June last year and August 16, 2021 on account of increasing COVID-19 casesPosted on : Oct 15, 2021
The export restrictions on these products were imposed in June last year and August 16, 2021 on account of increasing COVID-19 cases. An exporter has to seek licence or permission from the government for exports of goods which are under a restricted category.Posted on : Oct 15, 2021
The country has already placed orders worth Rs 65,000 crore for these new companies, said Modi.Posted on : Oct 15, 2021
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