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Which of the following is/are included in public sector enterprises as 'Navaratnas'?


ANSWER

All of above


SOLUTION
Navaratna companies are generally referred to those companies which could invest up to Rs 1000 crore without explicit government approval.  All of the following are included in public sector enterprises as 'Navaratnas':
a) NTPC
b) ONGC
c) SAIL.
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