The Economic Times
English EditionEnglish Editionहिन्दीગુજરાતી
| 03 August, 2020, 02:05 PM IST | E-Paper
Search
+

    Ketan Thakkar

    Journalist, ET

    Articles by the author

    Pandemic has 'peaked out' globally, market to revive in 2021: Hildegard Wortmann, Audi AGTyre replacement market can recover and grow in FY-21: Anant Goenka, MD, Ceat LtdPersonal mobility takes precedence over shared mobility post Covid-19: FB-BCG StudyHonda Cars India offers VRS scheme to its office associates as part of right-sizing
    Ceat Q1 results: Reports net loss of Rs 35 crore; revenue contracts 36%Jaguar Land Rover's outgoing CEO Ralf Speth got big pay hike of 39 per cent in FY20Strong revival post lockdown gives two-wheeler makers hope to recover lost volumesCovid-19 to push automakers into a record loss of Rs 10,000 crore in first quarter
    Compensation for two-wheeler honchos outpace modest company earnings for FY-20How Maruti, Hero MotoCorp drove against the tide in the middle of a pandemicJalaj Gupta joins Mahindra & Mahindra to lead commercial vehicle and construction equipment bizJLR to prioritise simplification, synergies, scale within Tata Motors: Chairman
    No salary cut during lockdown, carmakers hand out pay hikes and promotions to workersLockdowns eased, top car makers ramp up production to meet rising demandHonda to scale up vehicles exports from India in line with Make-in-India ProgrammeDespite fresh lockdown measures in Pune, factories continue to ramp up to meet demand
    Demand improvement: Hyundai expects sales to recover 90% of last year’s level in JulyHyundai grabs pole position in SUV market, eyes 50% sales from the segment for the rest of the yearAuto sector reels under losses as lower incomes, moratorium alter auto finance dynamicsBajaj Auto sets base in Thailand for SE Asia
    Auto demand back on track but supply staggersReturning to a path of high fiscal disciplineRetail sales of vehicles pick up speed in JuneChennai auto companies keep workers close to units; lodge them in halls, colleges
    Auto sales pick up in June, but down y-o-yMaruti and Hyundai aim 2020 output at 70% of 2019M&M may need lenders’ nod to cede control at SsangYongButschek has the humongous task of steering Tata Motors through the current precarious situation
    Demand starts revving up for sputtering auto industryDemand for diesel engines will bounce back: BoschTime is appropriate to look for partners for passenger vehicle business: Tata Motors CFO, P B BalajiIt's business as usual for Mahindra in US, despite losing Jeep trade case
    Mahindra looks to exit loss-making businesses, willing to give up ownership in SsangYongScooter, Mobike output nears 70% of pre-lockdown levelsWhat makes Motherson Sumi gung-ho on post-Covid market?Ashok Leyland bets on rural infra to see demand for cargo carriers
    Trucks move into fast lane in May as curbs easeAuto industry may fall out of gear this fiscalSkoda Volkswagen aims for carbon neutral car production in India by 2025Renault gives pay hike of 15%
    Renault gives pay hike of 15%
    04 Jun 2020 04:16 AM IST
    Renault India hikes employees’ salary by up to 15% despite Covid-19 shockBajaj Auto, TVS chip away at China's share in African two-wheeler marketPassenger vehicle sales crash to decades low in MayGST relaxation, scrappage policy needed to lift Auto Inc: Soumitra Bhattacharya, MD, Bosch
    Car makers rev up launches to get past rough patchCovid-19: Suzuki boss expects a bigger knock to India engineCarmakers rev up launches to get out of the rutFinanciers turn cautious on 3-wheeler buyers
    Rural prosperity drive demand, tractor makers look to ramp up supplyTractors a symbol of an upbeat agriculture sector$5 billion cash reserves keep Maruti Suzuki on the road in Q4, FY20Covid impact: Auto dealers to keep minimum stocks
    Maruti Suzuki reduces capex by 16% for FY21 to Rs 2,700 croreCovid-19 Impact: Automakers may rehaul supply chain to ease dealer inventory woesMaruti Suzuki delivers 1,600 cars, Hyundai retails 608 in past week20% of auto retailers open shutters on lockdown relaxation; witness muted walkins and enquiries
    Automotive retail chains crawl back to workMaruti Suzuki and Hyundai Motor consider 2nd shift, even as vendors struggle to get backTwo-wheeler makers gear up to restart operationsAs govt eases coronavirus lockdown conditions, factories to make muted start on subdued demand
    Auto sector may get Rs 1-lakh crore jolt on 45-day shutdownUncertainty to continue for next 12 months: Anant GoenkaLocked-out auto companies risk losing billions in exportsAuto companies head for zero sales in April, a first for industry
    Europe's top two car makers Skoda-Volkswagen and Renault India assures job security to its employeesCoronavirus impact: JLR to put about 20k employees in UK on furloughBajaj Auto to start production in Waluj Thursday, Maruti Suzuki to decide shortlyHonda, Bajaj expect dip in sales, but keen to start operations
    Chinese auto companies speed in despite local warinessPandemic changes course of auto sectorCar pooling may take a back seat post coronavirus attackCovid-19 lockdown woes: Auto companies wheel in wage cuts to keep motors running
    Auto companies seek temporary tax cut to spur demandAuto industry awaits local guidelines to resume workPost COVID-19, two-wheelers, cars may be back in vogueCovid-19 to pull back India's passenger vehicle and truck market by a decade
    Maruti grabs additional 5% share in passenger cars to 63% in FY-20, holds on to 51% share in PVsSkoda to fund dealers’ April-June fixed cost, new launches on scheduleCar makers to release Rs 1800 crore advances to dealers under Covid-19 packageHero MotoCorp has 1.5 lakh units of unsold BS IV inventory, to offer 10000 to 15000 discount on BS IV vehicles
    The Economic Times