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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Auto Sector Latest Updates | Indian Business

Auto Sector is a very dynamic sector comprising of many auto giants such as - Tata Group, Hyundai, Maruti Suzuki, Bajaj Auto, Tvs Motor Company, Skoda Auto, Hinduja Group, Ashok Leyland, Volvo, Ford Motor India, General Motors India Ltd, Honda, Toyota, LML etc. so it has a wide variety of companies ranging from scooters manufacturers to Truck manufacturers and heavy industry manufacturers. also update yourself with latest updates from Auto Sector Updates, Jobs Sector Updates , Energy Sector Updates , Media sector Updates Entertainment Sector Updates , Telecom Sector Updates , Banking Sector Updates , Finance Sector Updates , Healthcare Sector Updates , Biotech Sector Updates , Pharmaceuticals Sector Updates - and get the comprehensive news about growth of indian economy.

Latest Updates of Auto Sector:

April 2008 Auto Sector Updates:

  • Setco Automotive targets to double turnover in three years - (24/4/2008)
  • India supplies horns for 5 lakh BMW luxury cars - (24/4/2008)
  • Auto parts cos to post modest Jan-March profit - (23/4/2008)
  • Apollo group co to sell 15% in arm to PEs for Rs 70 cr - (23/4/2008)
  • BMW opens its first showroom in Kolkata - (24/4/2008)
  • Maruti Q4 net at Rs 297.7 crore - (24/4/2008)
  • Mitsubishi plans to price Outlander at Rs 15.5 lakh - (24/4/2008)
  • Toyota overtakes GM as world's top automaker - (24/4/2008)
  • Tata gets US antitrust clearance for Jaguar, Land Rover - (24/4/2008)
  • Mahindra & Mahindra drives Scorpio to Chile - (23/4/2008)
  • Honda to hike City, Civic prices by up to Rs 10,000 - (23/4/2008)
  • BMW aims to be market leader in premium car segment by 2010 - (23/4/2008)
  • German co to setup heavy truck manufacturing plant in Pune - (22/4/2008)
  • Tatas' world-class R&D hub coming up in UK - (22/4/2008)
  • Indian market to be flooded with luxury sedans - (21/4/2008)
  • Daimler, Hero to invest Rs 4,400 cr in commercial vehicles venture - (21/4/2008)
  • Chinese cars eye emerging markets fo drive fast on export targets - (21/4/2008)
  • M&M set to buy Belgian gear-maker for $475 mn - (21/4/2008)
  • Auto majors plan company-run showrooms to drive car sales - (21/4/2008)
  • Sutlej Motors to meet global standards in bus body building - (20/4/2008)
  • Auto sector corners a large pie of M&As by domestic firms - (20/4/2008)
  • Good demand for bicycles due to fuel price hike - (20/4/2008)
  • Maruti to hike prices in May first week - (20/4/2008)
  • Maruti keeps market share in FY08, Tata loses ground - (19/4/2008)
  • Zip, zap...IIT Delhi's F1 car for Silverstone circuit - (19/4/2008)
  • Higher input costs pushing up bike prices - (19/4/2008)
  • Delhi to sweep streets clean of 15-yr-old cars - (18/4/2008)
  • Beijing auto show spotlights automakers' hopes for booming China market - (17/4/2008)
  • Car companies to hike prices by Rs 4,000-16,000 - (17/4/2008)
  • Rahul Bajaj seeks CLB's permission to convene board meeting - (17/4/2008)
  • Cheap Chinese fake bikes haunt Bajaj Auto - (17/4/2008)
  • Ceat plans to set up 2 new plants in India: Official - (15/4/2008)
  • SC asks Tata Motors to file reply on Singur project - (15/4/2008)
  • M&M showcases hybrid version of Scorpio - (15/4/2008)
  • Chrysler and Nissan unveil production alliance - (15/4/2008)
  • US firm launches new bearings manufacturing plant in India - (16/4/2008)
  • M&M launches Alfa in Andhra Pradesh - (15/4/2008)
  • M&M launches Alfa Passenger in Andhra Pradesh - (14/4/2008)
  • Argentum may roll out luxe cars for Karmann - (14/4/2008)
  • Volvo expects India, China to drive its growth in Asia - (13/4/2008)
  • SC asks Tata Motors to replace defective car - (13/4/2008)
  • Hyundai cuts export target due to strong rupee - (12/4/2008)
  • Mitsubishi Motors to increase its capacity to four folds - (12/4/2008)
  • JK Tyres acquires Mexican tyre co Tornel for Rs 270 cr - (12/4/2008)
  • Oil, environment, lifestyle fuel Asia's two-wheeler boom - (12/4/2008)
  • Toyota's small sedan to debut by 2010 - (12/4/2008)
  • Toyota to invest Rs 1400 cr for small car plant - (11/4/2008)
  • Ajanta to challenge Nano with electric car - (11/4/2008)
  • Tata faces green, not nationality issues with JLR - (11/4/2008)
  • Bajaj-Renault Lite may miss launch date - (11/4/2008)
  • Auto sales dip After seven straight years of growth - (11/4/2008)
  • Fiat may roll out cheaper Palio in BRIC countries - (11/4/2008)
  • Consumer court asks Hyundai Motor to replace faulty engine - (10/4/2008)
  • Automobile sales drop 4.7% in 2007-08 - (10/4/2008)
  • Atlas Copco acquires holding in Indian drilling technology Co - (10/4/2008)
  • Tata Motors' Nano heads for South Africa - (10/4/2008)
  • Indian SMEs help Rover for a smooth drive - (10/4/2008)
  • Ford plans side-view mirrors to track blind spots - (10/4/2008)
  • Indian auto suppliers eye US companies - (9/4/2008)
  • Ford India launches roadside assistances in Chandigarh - (9/4/2008)
  • Steel prices to impact profits of auto firms: Tata Motors - (9/4/2008)
  • Tata Motors on expansion drive in Africa - (9/4/2008)
  • Tata Motors to make trucks in South Africa - (9/4/2008)
  • SRF approves Rs 17 crore expansion project - (9/4/2008)
  • Hero Honda to pump in additional Rs 150 cr in Haridwar - (9/4/2008)
  • Emcon Technologies plans to setup plant in West Bengal - (9/4/2008)
  • Hero Honda starts Haridwar facility - (9/4/2008)
  • Ford India's 24-hour roadside service in Hyderabad - (9/4/2008)
  • Sifcor stake buy to give BFL more market access - (9/4/2008)
  • M&M's Bolero sells 50,000 units in FY08
  • Bharat Forge buys Groupe Sifcor of France - (8/4/2008)
  • Eicher's motor bike unit March sales up 14% - (8/4/2008)
  • India drives BMW's record sales - (7/4/2008)
  • Eicher Motors March sales fall marginally - (7/4/2008)
  • Tata Motors raises truck, bus prices - (7/4/2008)
  • Eicher Motors March sales slip marginally - (7/4/2008)
  • Ashok Leyland March vehicle sales up 27 per cent - (7/4/2008)
  • Maruti to power small cars with genext engines - (7/4/2008)
  • Tatas to focus on 'world truck', goes slow on Iveco deal - (7/4/2008)
  • China is world's 3rd largest motor vehicles producer
  • JK Tyres to invest Rs 480 cr for capacity expansion
  • Maruti Suzuki to launch 'world car' from India by end-2008
  • Nano may steer clear of Sona, eyes cheaper option
  • Hyundai to roll out small car from Chennai plant
  • Steel price hike could affect Nano's Rs 1 Lakh tag
  • Hyundai i10 is JK Tyre-Indian Car of the Year 2008
  • S&P downgrades Tata Motors corporate credit ratings to 'BB'
  • Tata Motors buys Nissan's South African plant
  • Indica engine to power Ace
  • Volkswagen hikes India investment for Skoda Fabia
  • GM shows off Volt, progress toward 2010 launch
  • M&M, I-Venture team buys Italian gear maker Metalcastello

March 2008 Auto Sector Updates:

- TVS launches Scooty Teenz Electric

- Hero Group, UK's Ultra scrap JV plans

- GM shows off Volt, progress toward 2010 launch

- Tata Motors gets nod to produce 'eco cars' in Thailand

- Tata Motors to list on Tokyo Stock Exchange

- Worker dies inside Tata's Singur project site

- Tatas plan to raise $983 million in Japan

- Steel Strips Wheels bags Rs 110-cr order from Renault

- M&M, I-Venture team buys Italian gear maker Metalcastello

- Mahindra sees double-digit growth in FY09

- Duty cut perks up sales figures of auto companies

- TVS Motor March sales down 9% on year

- Maruti posts record annual sales, up 13.3% in '08

- Ferrari may drive into India in 2010

- Tata Motors to invest Rs 6K cr in Pune, M&M readies Rs 1,500 cr for Chakan

- Tata Motors to invest $1.5 billion over 4-5 yrs

- Tata's acquisitions of JLR sparks an outpouring of national pride

- Hinduja Group eyes stake in Valeo

- TVS motor company launches 125CC TVS Flame

- Amtek Auto may lose $18 mn due to global currency turbulence

- Auto component industry seek check on input cost

- Ford sells Jaguar, Land Rover to Tata Motors

- Auto component industry seek check on input cost

- Minda Group becomes darling of global auto firms

- JBM Auto in JV with Italy's Magnetto

- TVS bags TPM award

- Bajaj, Hero Honda, Kinetic plan gas-based 2-wheelers

- Luminous Power to foray into electric 2-wheeler segment

- AAIFR dismisses SEBI, BSE appeals on Dunlop

- Ceat sells surplus Mumbai land

- Apollo Tyres to set up greenfield plant in Hungary

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