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Tata shake-up at the top could slow group's bid to slash US$30b in debt

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Tata Sons' shock move to oust Cyrus Mistry (pictured) and his core team of advisers and bring back Ratan Tata as chairman of the salt-to-software conglomerate could lead to delays in the group's bid to reduce its debt load across its businesses, analysts say.

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TATA SONS' shock move to oust Cyrus Mistry and his core team of advisers and bring back Ratan Tata as chairman of the salt-to-software conglomerate could lead to delays in the group's bid to reduce its debt load across its businesses, analysts say.

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