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  • Price (EUR)7.91
  • Today's Change0.23 / 2.99%
  • Shares traded300.00
  • 1 Year change-28.00%
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About the company

Vedanta Limited is a natural resource company engaged in the business of manufacturing copper and copper products, and aluminum and aluminum products. The Company's segments include Copper, which consists of manufacturing of copper cathode, continuous cast copper rod and anode slime, including from purchased concentrate and manufacturing of precious metal from anode slime, sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid; Iron ore; Aluminium, which consists of manufacturing of alumina and various aluminum products; Power, which consists of power, including power facilities engaged in generation and sale of commercial power, and Other, which consists pig iron and metallurgical coke. Its iron ore business consists of iron ore exploration, mining, beneficiation and exports. The Company has iron ore mining operations in the States of Goa and Karnataka. Its copper business consists of custom smelting. Its power business consists of 2,400 megawatt thermal coal based power facility in the State of Odisha.

  • Revenue in USD (TTM)12.79bn
  • Net income in USD700.46m
  • Incorporated1965
  • Employees18.15k
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