Cairn discusses proposals with Government of India on arbitration award
Cairn has enjoyed a long and successful history operating in India, investing billions of dollars, bringing employment and benefitting local communities. "The business we created in India has generated more than $20 billion in revenues for the government. The freezing of our assets in 2014 to enforce a retrospective tax measure has been extremely negative for all parties, and we are very keen to be able to put this legacy matter behind us and move forward positively", it said.
"We have had cordial and constructive discussions in Delhi over the last few days with officials from the
"Assuming such a resolution can be achieved, we look forward to being able to move on to further opportunities to invest in India which continues to import the majority of the energy sources it consumes. We remain hopeful that an acceptable solution can be found, in order to avoid further prolonging and exacerbating this negative issue for all parties. However, we have also been clear that we must continue to take all necessary steps to protect the interests of our shareholders," Cairn India said.
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