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25-May2018

Praj Industries closes step subsidiary

Praj Industries has closed its step subsidiary -- Praj Industries (Sierra Leone). The date of closure is May 18, 2018, and the step subsidiary has been closed for business reasons.

Praj Industries is a Process Engineering and Technology Company offering innovative end-to-end solutions for biofuels, brewery, industrial processes & water and waste water treatment systems.


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