indias coal industry in flux as government sets

indias coal industry in flux as government sets

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    Bridging the gap Increasing coal production and sector augmentation June 2016 pwcin , FY 2020 In 2016, the industry will naturally need to focus on building on the success of 2015, and be on track for reaching the FY 2020 goal , Coal, Government of India, has set up a target of more than...

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  • Bridging the gap

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  • List of public sector undertakings in India

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  • Exclusive: Over half of India's coal

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  • In a Flux

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