Europe, China should consider relocating excess steel capacity to India, Naveen Jindal says | Reuters

BEIJING European and Chinese steelmakers should consider relocating their excess capacity to India where demand is still increasing, the chairman of Indian firm Jindal Steel and Power said on Monday. India plans to almost double annual steel production capacity to 200 million tonnes by 2025, Naveen Jindal told a conference in Beijing.

Reuters May 17, 2016 01:00:13 IST
Europe, China should consider relocating excess steel capacity to India, Naveen Jindal says
| Reuters

Europe China should consider relocating excess steel capacity to India Naveen Jindal says
 Reuters

BEIJING European and Chinese steelmakers should consider relocating their excess capacity to India where demand is still increasing, the chairman of Indian firm Jindal Steel and Power said on Monday.

India plans to almost double annual steel production capacity to 200 million tonnes by 2025, Naveen Jindal told a conference in Beijing. His own firm is planning to raise capacity from 8 million tonnes a year to 15 million tonnes in the next 2 to 3 years, he added.


(Reporting by David Stanway; Editing by Richard Pullin)

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