Tata Chem Q3 net rises a tad to Rs.224 cr
Company’s managing director R Mukundan said, “Performance for the quarter under review was under stress due to Magadi & UK units’ performance, and phosphatics business. Continued outstanding of fertiliser subsidies has created working capital pressures for the company. However, on the whole we remain positive on recent fertiliser policy announcements."
"Going forward we expect Indian market to continue the growth momentum. However, there would be continued pressure on soda ash and in the complex fertiliser business," he added.
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