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    Bank of Baroda and U Gro Capital ink loan co-origination

    U GRO Capital is a new-age NBFC that aims to solve any credit gap in the SME sector based on knowledge and technology.

    Mercedes Benz growth story on track; Outlook cautiously optimistic: Martin Schwenk

    Mercedes Benz India's new MD Schwenk in his first interview with Ketan Thakkar said that while there is a huge difference in the market size between the two neighbours, the ‘can-do’ attitude and growth’ mentality and aspiration for luxury are common growth factors.

    Buildings will have to allot 20% parking space for EV charging: Govt

    The department of town and country planning under the ministry has issued guidelines to provide for electric vehicle charging infrastructure through addendum to Model Building Bye-Laws.

    Hyundai India emerges a driving force for parent

    Hyundai Motor India’s turnover grew 5% to $5.8 bn for FY18 with profit after tax swelling to $300 mn.

    Carmakers recalled over 2.1 lakh vehicles in 2018

    Maruti Suzuki India's compact sedan Dzire has become the best-selling passenger vehicle model in the domestic market during the April-November period this fiscal.

    Auto companies have a problem with Modi government's green Niti

    The industry body said it would be too premature to penalise manufacturers of conventional vehicles.

    BMW and Daimler may go from being rivals to partners

    Under pressure to invest in selfdriving, electric cars, automakers are increasingly reaching out to competitors in an effort to cut costs.

    John Deere's India plant helps drive exports to US

    John Deere's Indian unit manufactures relatively less expensive and low-powered 55 to 75 horsepower tractors for the US market that cater to small-holding cultivators and hobby farmers.

    Motherson Sumi eyes deal with auto cable company Leoni

    The company had brought in a new chief executive in September to facilitate a comprehensive restructuring programme after it cut its earnings targets.

    Companies line up plans for lithium-ion batteries production

    The list includes Exide, Exicom, Amaron, Greenfuel Energy Solutions, Trontek, Coslight India, Napino Auto & Electronics, Amara Raja Batteries, BASF Catalysts and others .

    V C Sehgal honoured with ETAuto Global Indian of the Year Award

    V C Sehgal honoured with ETAuto Global Indian of the Year Award

    The day-long summit discussed topics like ‘Make in India 2.0’, ‘Mobility Next’, ‘Building Brand India on Global Turf’ and the ‘Role of Startups & Innovators in Disruptive Environment’.

    Mercedes-Benz to hike prices by up to 4% next month

    Mercedes-Benz to hike prices by up to 4% next month

    Mercedes-Benz currently sells a range of sedans and SUVs starting from the A-Class to GLS luxury SUV and Maybach S560, priced between Rs 27.86 lakh and Rs 1.94 crore.

    Maruti Suzuki gains market share in Q1; Tata Motors overtakes Honda

    Maruti Suzuki gains market share in Q1; Tata Motors overtakes Honda

    Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) sold 4,58,967 units of PVs in the April-June period as against 3,67,386 units in the year-ago period, a growth of 24.93 per cent.

    Passenger vehicle sales rise 38% in June; car sales up 34%

    Passenger vehicle sales rise 38% in June; car sales up 34%

    Domestic passenger vehicle sales rose 37.54 per cent to 2,73,759 units in June this year from 1,99,036 units in the corresponding month last year.

    Honda Cars to hike prices by up to Rs 35,000 from August

    Honda Cars to hike prices by up to Rs 35,000 from August

    The company plans to hike prices in the range of Rs 10,000-Rs 35,000 and the revised prices will be effective from August 1, Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) said in a statement.

    Volkswagen group lines up 1 billion euros to launch new models in India

    Volkswagen group lines up 1 billion euros to launch new models in India

    If successful in India, the group may also look at exporting these to some of the select markets abroad. The new products would be developed on Volkswagen's MQB-A0 platform.

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