Haldia port operator quits Bengal, cites 'law and order' problem

Haldia port operator quits Bengal, cites 'law and order' problem

Kolkata : India | Oct 31, 2012 at 3:30 AM PDT
Source: The Hindustan Times
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Bengal's struggling port, Haldia dock complex, has announced that it is quitting West Bengal as the law and order situation is not conducive for normal business in the state. The company communicated its decision to both Kolkata Port Trust and the Calcutta high court on Wednesday. FULL ARTICLE AT The Hindustan Times
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