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October 1st, 2007

Tatas likely to relaunch Indica in the UK

Abstract:
While the Tata group would continue to focus on the segments in which it had a presence, sectors such as biotechnology, bio-gas and nanotechnology could emerge as new business areas.

Hasan said that the group could invest in companies which were in the pre-IPO and IPO stage as a venture capitalist, if it made a strategic fit. TIL Footwear, which was supplying shoes to some major stores in the UK, could also look at an acquisition or set up its own outlets, according to Hasan.

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