ADNOC, Adani-BASF to set up $4B chemical complex in Mundra, Gujarat

ADNOC, Adani-BASF to set up $4B chemical complex in Mundra, Gujarat

Date: 2019-10-19 By Hrishikesh Kadam

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has reportedly partnered with the Adani Group as it seeks entry into the chemicals business. Earlier this year, Adani had teamed up with Germany’s BASF SE for the same. E....

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