This year alone, the company has invested USD 70 million resulting in creation of 150 new jobs, Mittal said.
The report fuels controversy over international espionage after reports that U.S. intelligence services had conducted telephone surveillance of allied countries and leaders. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he did not know what the source of the latest allegations was.
The French foreign ministry summoned the American ambassador after Le Monde reported that US intelligence monitored 70 million phone calls and text messages between December 10 last year and January 8.
A senior Iranian cleric urged Washington and Tehran on Friday to "join hands" to end sanctions, local media reported, underlining the support of Iran's influential religious establishment for President Hassan Rouhani's diplomatic offensive.