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Ambuja Cements Ltd (ABUJ.NS)

ABUJ.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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Ambuja Cements Sept-qtr profit up about 10 pct
Tuesday, 24 Oct 2017 

Oct 24 (Reuters) - Ambuja Cements Ltd :Sept quarter net profit 2.72 billion rupees.Consensus forecast for Sept quarter profit was 2.43 billion rupees.Sept quarter revenue from operations 23.20 billion rupees.Net profit in Sept quarter last year was 2.48 billion rupees as per Ind-AS; revenue from operations was 22.99 billion rupees.Sept quarter cement sales volume 5.02 million tonnes versus 4.50 million tonnes last year.  Full Article

Ambuja Cements to file appeal before COMPAT against CCI order
Thursday, 1 Sep 2016 

Ambuja Cements Ltd : Believe co has "strong case" on merits to challenge CCI penalty order, co to file an appeal before the COMPAT . COMPAT is Competition Appellate Tribunal .  Full Article

India's Ambuja Cements June-qtr profit up about 77 pct
Tuesday, 26 Jul 2016 

Ambuja Cements Ltd : India's Ambuja Cements Ltd says June -quarter net profit 4 billion rupees . India's Ambuja Cements Ltd says June -quarter net sales 25.41 billion rupees . India's Ambuja Cements Ltd consensus forecast for June-quarter net profit was 3.32 billion rupees . Net profit in June-quarter last year was 2.26 billion rupees; net sales was 24.93 billion rupees . Approved payment of interim dividend of 1.60 rupees per share . Medium to long term outlook for cement demand remains positive .  Full Article

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India set to miss key target for Japan-backed bullet train project: sources

PALGHAR, India/TOKYO India is set to miss a December deadline to acquire land for a Japan-backed $17 billion bullet train project following protests by fruit growers, government officials said, likely delaying one of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's most ambitious projects.