India continued its hold on the country's car market in 2014-15 with its models Alto, Swift, Dzire and WagonR retaining the top four positions.
According to a data by the
Honda increases prices of Cars India has hiked prices of its entry level car Brio and compact sedan Amaze by up to Rs 800 to offset change in cost structure
Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer Yamaha's new facility here will be formally up and running next month a top official said today.
The company is setting up the plant at Vallam
German auto major Volkswagen is planning to make India a low-cost manufacturing hub, catering to both the emerging as well as developed markets.
Also, as part of Prime Minister Narendra
Hitachi Automotive Systems (India), part of the Hitachi Automotive Systems Group, Japan, has established an auto component manufacturing facility near Chennai. The company has invested a little over Rs
Videocon Telecom, the GSM mobile service network launched by $10-billion Videocon group, is banking on aggressive expansion plans to acquire over 10 million customers and reach consolidated revenue of Rs
Tata Steel has failed to reach a deal with UK unions about its proposal to change the British pension scheme, it told India's National Stock Exchange on Thursday.
Budget-carrier SpiceJet has sought a deferment of three years on the payment of dues of Rs 211 crore to AAI though sources said that the airport operator is disinclined to
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