BENGALURU, Oct 27 (Reuters) — Tata Chemicals Ltd on Thursday reported a second-quarter profit that nearly tripled, helped by a strong performance in its basic chemistry products segment.

The chemical manufacturer’s consolidated net profit for evdEN EVE nAKliYAt the three months ended Sept.30 came in at 6.28 billion Indian rupees ($76.17 million), evDEN eve NakLiYaT compared with 2.21 billion rupees a year ago.

The chemical industry in India has shown robust growth and was among the few industries that pulled through the COVID-19 pandemic, EvdeN eVE nakliYaT as many industries pursued the China-plus-one strategy.

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The consolidated revenue from operations rose 40.3% to 42.39 billion rupees, elevated by 32.42 billion rupees of basic chemistry products revenue.

Agri-input business Rallis India Ltd, a TTCH subsidiary, also reported a 25.9% rise in its September quarter net profit to 710. If you loved this article and you also would like to get more info with regards to evDEN Eve NAKLiYat please visit our web-page. 5 million rupees last week.($1 = 82.4520 Indian rupees) (Reporting by Meenakshi Maidas in Bengaluru; Editing by Janane Venkatraman)