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Vedanta Resources plc operates as a diversified metals and mining company in India, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Liberia, Ireland, Australia, the United Arab Emirates, and Sri Lanka. It primarily produces zinc, lead, silver, copper, iron ore, and aluminum deposits, as well as interests in power and oil and gas. The company is also involved in mining and smelting copper, aluminum, and zinc metals; gold and silver processing activities; oil and gas exploration activities; and power generation operations. In addition, it provides various financing services, and accommodation and catering services. Vedanta Resources plc was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

25,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/15/14
Founded in 1976

vedanta resources plc (VR9) Top Compensated Officers

Founder, Group Chairman and Chairman of Nomin...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.3M GBP
Deputy Executive Chairman, Chairman of Sesa S...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.3M GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

vedanta resources plc (VR9) Key Developments

Vedanta In Plans To Acquire Sesa Sterlite, Hindustan Zinc And Cairn

Anil Agarwal, Chairman of Vedanta Resources plc (LSE:VED) told CNBC-TV18’s Menaka Doshi that Vedanta wants to create an Indian natural resources giant, which can compete with the likes of Rio Tinto. Speaking on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum 2015, Agarwal also added that Vedanta is still working on the merger plan for Cairn India Limited (BSE:532792), Sesa Sterlite Limited (BSE:500295) and Hindustan Zinc Ltd. (BSE:500188). We are working on it as we require Hindustan Zinc shareholding from Indian government and also approval from Cairn.

Vedanta Resources plc, Q3 2015 Operating Results Call, Jan 30, 2015

Vedanta Resources plc, Q3 2015 Operating Results Call, Jan 30, 2015

Vedanta Chief Expects To Buy Hindustan Zinc And BALCO Stakes Soon

Vedanta Resources plc (LSE:VED) Chief Anil Agarwal said the company expects to pick up residual stakes in Hindustan Zinc Ltd. (BSE:500188) and Bharat Aluminium Company Limited at "market driven value" soon. "This government is very determined to go ahead and sell the shares. They are working on it and this financial year they want to disinvest and get this money. We are here to pay the right price and it is a very transparent process. We all abide by that," Agarwal told PTI about Hindustan Zinc and BALCO.


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