Tata Steel Is ‘Quite Positive’ on Demand, CEO Says

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T. V. Narendran, chief executive officer and managing director of Tata Steel Ltd., discusses the company’s outlook and strategy. Quarterly profit of India’s biggest mill soared and the company flagged plans to slash debt by more than $2 billion as stimulus across the planet unleashed demand. Narendran speaks during the “India Focus” segment on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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