BENGALURU, Oct 27 (Reuters) – Tata Chemicals Ltd on Thursday reported a second-quarter profit that nearly tripled, helped by a strong performance in its basic chemistry products segment.
The chemical manufacturer’s consolidated net profit for the three months ended Sept.30 came in at 6.28 billion Indian rupees ($76.17 million), compared with 2.21 billion rupees a year ago.
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The consolidated revenue from operations rose 40.3% to 42.39 billion rupees, elevated by 32.42 billion rupees of basic chemistry products revenue.
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