NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata said on Monday the Indian conglomerate could break ground as early as the end of this year as part of its $2 billion investment in Bangladesh for a power plant, steel mill and fertilizer factory if all things fall into place. Earlier this month, Tata abandoned a planned visit to Bangladesh and delayed its investment in the wake of a fatal grenade attack that sparked national unrest. The company had been slated to sign a deal with ...
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