News: Vedanta Resources PLC (VDNRF.PK)

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Wed, Jul 2 2014

Vedanta says weighing Australia copper mine's future after rock slide

SYDNEY, July 2 - Vedanta Resources Plc is weighing the future of its Mt Lyell copper mine in Australia after a rock slide this week delayed plans to restart operations following a six-month closure.

Vedanta stands by struggling Zambian copper mine

JOHANNESBURG/LONDON - London-listed Vedanta Resources Plc remains committed to its underperforming Zambian copper unit, despite disputes with the government over lay-offs and a looming audit of its books, the company's chief executive said on Friday.

RPT-Fitch Downgrades Vedanta to 'BB'; Withdraws Ratings

June 6 - (The following statement was released by the rating agency)

UPDATE 2-Vedanta earnings hit by lower metal production, prices

* Zambian copper productivity a priority for new CEO (Adds CEO comment, details, updates share price)

Vedanta full-year revenue, core earnings fall

May 15 - Vedanta Resources Plc, the mining company majority owned by one-time scrap metal dealer Anil Agarwal, reported a fall in revenue and core earnings for 2013.

Vedanta to await local consent for Indian bauxite mine

May 9 - Vedanta Resources Plc said on Friday it will not mine bauxite from the Niyamgiri hills in the Indian state of Odisha until it has the consent of local communities.

Vedanta full-year oil and gas output rises

April 10 - London-listed Vedanta Resources Plc said its average gross oil and gas production increased 6 percent during the financial year ended March 31, driven by higher output at its Rajasthan block in India.

Update-Moody's: Vedanta's outlook revised to stable from negative

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Vedanta donations to Indian parties ruled illegal by Delhi court

NEW DELHI - India's two main political parties both broke laws barring foreign donations by accepting cash from local companies owned by London-listed mining group Vedanta Resources Plc between 2004 and 2012, the Delhi High Court said on Friday.

Vedanta donations to Indian parties ruled illegal by Delhi court

NEW DELHI, March 28 - India's two main political parties both broke laws barring foreign donations by accepting cash from local companies owned by London-listed mining group Vedanta Resources Plc between 2004 and 2012, the Delhi High Court said on Friday.

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