. Meanwhile, generation costs increase, as coal shortages force power producers to import more fuel at higher costs and pass those on to the distributors. “There continues be a gap between the cost of purchasing electricity and the selling price,” Dolat Capital’s Parakh said. “Tariff increases have become
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governments will take over half the debt of their distribution companies. The other half will be reorganized by banks through repayment moratoriums. “Electricity reforms are no longer a choice; they are a necessity,” said Pawan Parakh, a Mumbai-based analyst at Dolat Capital Market. “Reason will prevail once
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Source:Economic Times - In an interview with ET Now, Amit Khurana, Co-Head-Equities & HoR, Dolat Capital, shares his views on Maruti and some other stocks. Excerpts: ET Now: Just an initial reaction from you on this news about Maruti. Amit Khurana: This will be taken pretty negatively from
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