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Indian truckers say Hindenburg report a godsend in Adani dispute

For weeks, around 7,000 truck owners and drivers in India#39;s Himachal Pradesh resorted to protest rallies against Adani#39;s Dec. 15 decision to shut two cement plants over a dispute on freight rates. Adani argued the plants were “unviable” at the trucking rates it wanted to slash by around half.

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​ For weeks, around 7,000 truck owners and drivers in India#39;s Himachal Pradesh resorted to protest rallies against Adani#39;s Dec. 15 decision to shut two cement plants over a dispute on freight rates. Adani argued the plants were “unviable” at the trucking rates it wanted to slash by around half. For weeks, around 7,000 truck owners and drivers in India#39;s Himachal Pradesh resorted to protest rallies against Adani#39;s Dec. 15 decision to shut two cement plants over a dispute on freight rates. Adani argued the plants were “unviable” at the trucking rates it wanted to slash by around half.  Moneycontrol Latest News Read More  

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