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Jindal Stainless (Hisar) Ltd is an India-based manufacturer of stainless steel. The Company is a producer of stainless steel strips for razor blades and coin blanks. The Company's Specialty product division caters to the precision and specialty stainless steel requirements of Indian and International customers. The Company's product range includes Hot Rolled Coils, Slabs and Blooms, Precision Strips Plates, Cold Rolled Coils and Strips. Its Hisar plant has a capacity of approximately 800,000 tons per annum (TPA). The Company's operating facilities are located in India. JSL Lifestyle Limited, a subsidiary of Jindal Stainless (Hisar) Limited, creates spaces using stainless Steel for modular kitchen, kitchenware, home and footprint office accessories, and cooking utensils.
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Jindal Centre, 12, Bhikaiji Cama Place
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India's largest maker of stainless steel, Jindal Stainless (Hisar) Ltd, warned on Tuesday that New Delhi's decision to sign a new trade deal with China could lead to a surge in cheaper imports and hurt domestic producers.
The rupee's plunge to a record low has worried a wide cross-section of India's society: companies, importers, those going on vacation and students planning to study overseas. But if the weakness persists, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's job could become a lot harder just...
The Indian Supreme Court on Friday rejected a petition by major firms seeking the withdrawal of a tax on the movement of goods through the states, a decision that would force them to pay an estimated $4.5 billion in back taxes and interest.
Jindal Stainless <JINA.NS> said on Friday it would consider buying a majority stake in a money-losing plant which Steel Authority of India <SAIL.NS> is selling under pressure from the government.