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Dec 06, 2021

Jun 16, 2013 The second phase will involve the construction of an iron ore and coke production plant at a cost of US$ 1,300 million (more than Rs. 163.86 billion). The third and the final phase costing US $ 2,000 million (more than Rs. 252 billion) will be a ship-building and repair facility, plant and machinery manufacturing, an automobile assembly plant

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