ArcelorMittal agrees on concessions to seal delayed $897 million India JV

ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steel producer, said on Wednesday it has agreed to make concessions to Steel Authority of India to seal a delayed $897 million automotive joint venture. The two companies are close to ironing out key commercial terms to close the deal, including non-compete and exit clauses as well as finalising policy on arbitration, three sources with direct knowledge of the negotiations.

"In the interest of the strategic partnership, some concession from ArcelorMittal on technology has been extended," a company spokeswoman. The deal would help SAIL, which has been in the red for at least seven straight quarters, compete with local rivals such as JSW Steel and Tata Steel who have foreign partnerships to make steel for the car industry.

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