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Why Anil Agarwal is Seen More as an Encroacher Than a Corporate Czar

Like always, after the Tuticorin killings, the mining baron has blamed foreign NGOs, faceless business rivals, for the smear campaign.

If oil and gas giant BP spilt oil in the Gulf of Mexico, then-mining companies BHP Billiton and Vale contaminated the bucolic Brazilian countryside in 2015. Look around you. Mining and natural resources corporations have always been vilified for their extractive methods and windfall profits at the expense of communities and carbon footprint.


Read it at Economic Times

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