Vedanta lost $200 million in profits in one year of Tuticorin plant shutdown: Anil Agarwal

Agarwal added that the stoppage of production at the Tuticorin plant of
the firm's unit Sterlite led to the country having to import copper,
spending precious foreign exchange.

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