Markets regulator Sebi today invited fresh proposals from interested entities for the properties belonging to PACL group after receiving a new bid from the company.
Sebi said it has received proposals from eight interested entities, that can offer higher price for the properties belonging to PACL group, than that proposed by the company.
Sebi has invited proposals from interested entities, that can offer higher price for the properties belonging to PACL, than the plan put in place by the company.
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