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  • Government Considering Auto Makers' Concern On Hike In GST Cess

    Government Considering Auto Makers' Concern On Hike In GST Cess

    Luxury vehicle manufacturers have hit out at the move to hike cess on large cars and SUVs to 25 per cent, saying it was against the spirit of liberal market dynamics and would affect future plans of expansion under the Make in India initiative.

  • Auto Makers Seek Ban On 15-Year-Old Vehicles

    Auto Makers Seek Ban On 15-Year-Old Vehicles

    Every developed country has a strong automotive industry and India must look to strengthen the sector, which today accounts for nearly 50 per cent of the country's manufacturing GDP, says auto industry body SIAM.

  • Auto Makers Say Hike In Cess On Luxury Cars To Impact Growth

    Auto Makers Say Hike In Cess On Luxury Cars To Impact Growth

    Automobile firms criticised the government's "hurry to implement the hike in cess" saying a review could have been taken after six months when impact of GST (Goods and Services Tax) would have been clearer.

  • BS-III Ban: Two-Wheeler Makers Take A Rs 600 Crore Hit

    BS-III Ban: Two-Wheeler Makers Take A Rs 600 Crore Hit

    As many as 6.71 lakh two-wheelers, out of over 8 lakh BS-III vehicles, were impacted by the ban.

  • BS-III Vehicle Ban To Cost Rs 2,500 Crore For Truck Makers: Crisil

    BS-III Vehicle Ban To Cost Rs 2,500 Crore For Truck Makers: Crisil

    The report also showed that discounts and incentives on vehicles sold till March 31, 2017 are expected to have cost the CV manufacturers about Rs 1,200 crore.

  • 'Restore Weighted Deduction Of 200% On R&D Expenses'

    'Restore Weighted Deduction Of 200% On R&D Expenses'

    The industry body also asked the government to eliminate or reduce customs duty on alloy steel and secondary aluminium alloy.

  • Big Shortage Of IT Talent In Japan. How Some Companies Are Hiring

    Big Shortage Of IT Talent In Japan. How Some Companies Are Hiring

    Attracting the best information technologists is becoming increasingly important for Toyota, Honda and Nissan as they seek a bigger share of revenue from IT-driven services such as ride-sharing and cloud-based monitoring of vehicles.

  • Amtek To Shortlist Bidders For German Car Parts Maker Tekfor: Report

    Amtek To Shortlist Bidders For German Car Parts Maker Tekfor: Report

    Seven of the bids came from car parts makers, including a state-owned Chinese firm, while one offer was made by a private equity group, one of the sources said.

  • Chinese Consumers Take Credit For Boom In Car Loans

    Chinese Consumers Take Credit For Boom In Car Loans

    Chinese households, traditional savers with an aversion to debt, are rapidly warming to the idea of borrowing to buy a car, as auto makers push financing deals to boost sales and margins in an increasingly competitive market.

  • Sensex Flat; Telecom Firms Slump On Reliance Industries' 4G Plans

    Sensex Flat; Telecom Firms Slump On Reliance Industries' 4G Plans

    Indian shares were flat on Thursday as auto makers extended recent gains on expectations of rising sales, while telecom firms such as Bharti Airtel Ltd slumped after Reliance Industries Ltd unveiled plans to offer free local voice calls on its new mobile network.

  • Luxury Car Makers Rush To Bring In Petrol Variants

    Luxury Car Makers Rush To Bring In Petrol Variants

    As demand for diesel variants of luxury cars and SUVs dips in the wake of pollution concerns, companies like Mercedes-Benz and Audi are rushing to bring in their petrol offerings to India.

  • GST An Opportunity To Rationalise Tax Structure, Say Auto Makers

    GST An Opportunity To Rationalise Tax Structure, Say Auto Makers

    Hailing the passage of GST Bill in the Rajya Sabha, automobile makers on Thursday said the tax development offers an "excellent opportunity" for rationalising the existing differential tax structure on vehicles based on physical dimensions and simplifying taxation burden.

  • Auto Majors Clock Higher Sales In June; Maruti, Honda Down

    Auto Majors Clock Higher Sales In June; Maruti, Honda Down

    Maruti Suzuki India saw a dip in June sales due to disruption in component supplies following fire at one of its vendors, while other major passenger vehicle makers including Hyundai, M&M and Tata Motors today reported rise in their domestic sales.

  • 7th Pay Commission: Auto Makers Expect Spurt In Sales

    7th Pay Commission: Auto Makers Expect Spurt In Sales

    Top carmakers, including Maruti Suzuki India, Hyundai and Honda, are expecting a spike in their sales following the implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations.

  • Petrol Variants In Demand As Diesel Faces Pollution Crackdown: Carmakers

    Petrol Variants In Demand As Diesel Faces Pollution Crackdown: Carmakers

    Car buyers seem to have begun lapping up petrol variants in a big way with the diesel vehicles facing the wrath of courts on pollution concerns, prompting auto makers to recalibrate their production strategy.

  • Re-Looking At Indian Operations Due To Diesel Ban: Toyota

    Re-Looking At Indian Operations Due To Diesel Ban: Toyota

    With the ban on diesel vehicles with engines above 2,000 cc extended to Kerala, Japanese auto major Toyota is "re-looking" at its Indian operations saying orders are passed "against principle of natural justice".

  • Maruti, Hyundai, Mahindra Begin FY17 With Robust Sales

    Maruti, Hyundai, Mahindra Begin FY17 With Robust Sales

    Leading auto makers Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai Motor and Mahindra & Mahindra as well as two-wheeler majors Hero MotoCorp and Honda Motorcycles & Scooters began the new financial year with robust sales.

  • Disruptions From Quakes Hit Japan Economy

    Disruptions From Quakes Hit Japan Economy

    Earthquakes that have paralyzed parts of southern Japan are having ripple effects far beyond the disaster zone, with auto makers and other manufacturers suspending output in other areas due to disruptions in supplies of parts.

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