GFG Alliance unveils plan for green aluminium venture

James S Murray
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GFG Alliance is to bring its aluminium assets together into a single global entity committed to delivering carbon neutrality
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GFG Alliance is to bring its aluminium assets together into a single global entity committed to delivering carbon neutrality

Metals giant to integrate all its aluminium assets into a single business committed to delivering carbon neutrality by 2030

GFG Alliance, the industrial conglomerate owned by the Gupta family, has today announced plans to create a new global low carbon aluminium "champion" that will see the company integrate all its assets...

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