Supreme Court scraps nearly all coal blocks allocated since 1993

The Supreme Court on Wednesday scrapped all but four of 218 coal blocks allocated by the government over the past two decades, in a tougher-than-expected ruling that sank shares of companies that have invested heavily in projects around the concessions. Most power, steel and cement companies that won blocks will have until end-March to return them, and the government then plans to auction them …
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