Economic Times The struggling Indian automobile industry that harboured high hopes from the Narendra Modi government's first full year Union Budget of FY-16, instead got some loose change in the form of Rs 75 crore support for electric vehicles under Faster Adoption ... NDTVAuto.com ET Auto Zigwheels.com - -
Reuters (Adds industry response in paragraph 5). WASHINGTON Feb 26 (Reuters) - A measure that would offer financial incentives for auto industry employees to expose safety defects won unanimous backing from a U.S. Senate panel on Thursday. The vote by 13 ... WHTC
Economic Times By Neha Singh Verma Auto industry experts have welcomed the Union Budget 2015-16, saying the announcements will help the sector and lead to more jobs. Sanjay Verma, group chief people officer and global HR head, Uniparts India, said the government ...
NDTVAuto.com The much-awaited first full-term budget of the current government is finally out, which attempts to address several issues, including a few raised by the Indian automobile players. Additional excise duty on vehicles, speeding up the implementation of ... ET Auto Zigwheels.com Business Today -
Taipei Times Luxury sports cars, high-end SUVs and “green” cars will be bumper-to-bumper at the show — one of the auto industry's biggest and most diverse events — with about 900 shiny vehicles and more than 130 new models and “concept cars” on display.
The Hindu With the Union Budget approaching on February 28, industries have put forth their wishlists. Here is what the automobile industry wants: - Cut in excise duty for cars. - Stepping up investment in infrastructure to give a boost to commercial vehicle ...
Financial Express The automobile industry is rooting for rationalisation of excise duties levied on manufactured products and incentive schemes for fleet modernisation programmes in the Union Budget to be tabled later this week. Sugato Sen, deputy director general of ... NDTV Zigwheels.com Business Standard Motoring -