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11-Sep2018

Vyapar Industries to sell investments in Beneficent Knowledge Parks & Properties

Vyapar Industries is planning to sell investments of the company in Beneficent Knowledge Parks and Properties. The meeting of the Board of Directors is going to be held on September 18, 2018, to consider the same.

Vyapar Industries is one of the largest manufacturer, wholesaler and exporter of quality viscose rayon yarns, embroidery yarns, fabrics & other accessories.


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