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27-Mar2018

Hridaynath Consultancy sells 13.70 lakh shares of Garware Polyester

Hridaynath Consultancy has sold 13,70,049 shares of Garware Polyester at Rs 151.50 per share on March 26, 2018 on the BSE. However, Minal Bharat Patel has bought 13,70,049 shares of the company at Rs 151.50 per share on the same day.

It is the largest as well as the first company to produce polyester film in India for the last 20 years. They have grown to be a force to reckon with within the polyester film industry.


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