New Delhi: Government-owned mineral producer NMDC on Monday announced that it has slashed prices of lump ore and fines by Rs 1,000 per tonne. In a regulatory filing to the bourses, the company said the price of lump ore has been fixed at Rs 6,150 per tonne and that of fines at Rs 5,160 a tonne.
The revised prices exclude royalty, District Mineral Fund (DMF), National Mineral Exploration Trust (DMET), cess, forest permit fee and other taxes, Mining major PSU said.
It added that the new rates are effective from September 4, 2021.
In the last revision announced on August 6, 2021, NMDC had fixed the price of lumps or high-grade iron ore at Rs 7,150 per tonne. The price of fines, which are inferior grade ore, was fixed at Rs 6,160 per tonne.
Any change in the rates of iron ore impacts the prices of steel. NMDC, under the aegis of the Ministry of Steel, is India's largest iron ore producer.
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