Cairn Energy gets right to seize Indian assets in tax row

“Clearly what we want to do is find an agreed amicable settlement with the government of India,” he said. “But this is all just part of a process of saying: ‘Look India, we need to earnestly engage’, but we also have a fiduciary duty to protect the rights of our shareholders.”

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