We operate on the belief that our people are our core assets and we consistently endeavour towards developing their potential to be our future leaders and key employees. We currently operate in India, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Liberia, Ireland and Australia through our various subsidiaries. We seek to attract talent especially in mining, metallurgy, geology, smelting and sustainability for our worldwide operations. Empowerment of the community requires a synergic satisfaction of human needs and our view is that a shared destiny approach will benefit the community and boost economic prosperity. With a business model of growth, constant value creation and improved operations, the company's vision is focused towards sustainably satisfying the needs of all our stakeholders by engaging the community we operate in. We have adopted a positive attitude to make our Sustainable Development initiatives successful for all. Vedanta has completed 10 years as a London Stock Exchange listed company. In this decade Vedanta's revenue has grown from $1289.5 million to $12.9 billion.
Hyderabad, IN
Size (employees)
19,545 (est)
Vedanta was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Hyderabad, IN

Vedanta Office Locations

Vedanta has offices in Hyderabad and Gurgaon
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Vedanta Financials and Metrics

Vedanta Financials


Market capitalization (31-Oct-2017)

19.1 b

Closing share price (31-Oct-2017)

Vedanta's current market capitalization is $19.1 b.
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Vedanta Market Value History

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