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Heads Together

The truce in the Ambani turf war yields benefits for both brothers

Heads Together
Heads Together
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The New Gas Deal

  • Two weeks after SC verdict on gas feud, Ambanis do away with non-compete agreement
  • Mukesh benefits via greater opportunities in infrastructure, earlier Anil’s turf
  • Plan crafted to ‘compensate’ Anil’s loss on gas front
  • Mukesh to seek policy change to negotiate gas supplies for Anil’s proposed power plant
  • Government likely to  “accommodate” Anil’s plans

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Even though the martial tunes have softened to signify a thaw between the feuding Ambani brothers, the timing, and motive, behind the recent truce remain a mystery. The curious drop in the tempo of belligerence shows that this family drama continues to have an ambiguous ending—everyone is still trying to fathom the implications. Can we now expect an end to those five years of open, bitter war? Or, coming as it does soon after...

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