UPDATE 2-JSW, JFE stake sale talks may close in 6 mos


(Recasts, updates with details, quotes, share) * In talks with JFE to sell 5-15 pct in company * In talks with Brahmani Steel for partnership * Rising cheap imports, iron ore exports a concern By Swati Pandey MUMBAI, June 29 (Reuters) - JSW Steel , India's's No.3 producer of the alloy, expects to close talks with the steel unit of Japan's JFE Holdings to sell a stake in the next six months, a top official told reporters on Tuesday. "There is no delay. It's happening, the talks ...

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