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October 15, 2009

Blame the parents is an all too familiar refrain if next generation members run into problems when working for the family business, but in the case of India’s Ambani brothers they may just have a valid point, writes Katie Barker

Blame the parents is an all too familiar refrain if next generation members run into problems when working for the family business, but in the case of India's Ambani brothers they may just have a valid point, writes Katie Barker

In the ultimate sibling rivalry showdown, Anil and Mukesh Ambani go head to head in court next week to finally settle a feud that has been simmering away since they split their father's company in 2005.

July 18, 2008

The bitter battle between two leading Indian family heirs continues. Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries has started arbitration proceedings against Reliance Communications, the part of the family empire controlled by younger brother Anil.

The bitter battle between two leading Indian family heirs continues. Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries has started arbitration proceedings against Reliance Communications, the part of the family empire controlled by younger brother Anil.

The action follows the failure of Anil to participate in meetings aimed at resolving a dispute over share ownership. Reliance Communications is currently negotiating with South African mobile telecoms group MTN over a merger.

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