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Tata Global Beverages Ltd (TAGL.NS)

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Fri, Feb 2 2018

BRIEF-India's Tata Global Beverages Dec Qtr Group Consol Profit Up About 32 Pct

* DEC QUARTER GROUP CONSOL NET PROFIT 1.68 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS PROFIT OF 1.28 BILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR

BRIEF-Tata Global Beverages Divests 31.85 Pct Stake In JV Estate Management Services for 1.20 bln rupees

* SAYS CO DIVESTED ABOUT 31.85 PERCENT OF ISSUED CAPITAL IN JV ESTATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

BRIEF-India's Tata Global Beverages Sept-qtr group consol profit up about 13 pct

* Sept quarter group consol net profit 1.44 billion rupees versus profit of 1.27 billion rupees last year

BRIEF-Tata Global Beverages launches first tea cafe in Bangalore‍​

Source text - Tata Global Beverages, the world's second largest tea company, is evaluating the out of home beverage space with the pilot launch of its first tea café Tata Cha. The first Tata Cha tea cafe is located at 12th Main Indiranagar, the heart of Bangalore. The Company plans to test launch a total of four pilot stores to evaluate the consumer proposition and business model. Based on the outcome of the pilot, Tata Global Beverages will decide on future course of action for the out of home

BRIEF-Tata Global Beverages proposes to sell up to 10.5 mln shares of Tata Chemicals to Tata Sons

* Says proposes to sell up to 10.5 million shares of Tata Chemicals to Tata Sons

BRIEF-Tata Chemicals says board accepts offer for sale of 43.2 mln shares of Tata Global Beverages

* Board has accepted an offer from Tata Sons Limited for sale of 43.2 million equity shares of Tata Global Beverages Limited

World Bank defends treatment of India tea pickers amid fears of exploitation

NEW DELHI, Sept 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The World Bank group has defended the treatment of tea pickers at an Indian project it funds with the multinational Tata Global Beverages, dismissing criticism that thousands of workers were living in poor conditions.

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