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Gold price drops to near 2-week low as dollar rises
The dollar firmed and US Treasury yields rose, while platinum eased further after scaling a more than six-year high in the previous session.
Vaccine carrots or sticks? U.S. businesses grapple with getting employees inoculated
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Multilateralism in crisis: Can the world live without WTO?
In an age of rising protectionism and trade wars, the future for globalisation and the organisation that champions it, looks bleak.
PLI scheme for auto will enable India become a part of global value chain: Industry
The Department of Heavy Industries (DHI), the implementing ministry for the plan, is expected to shortly detail the eligibility criteria to identify ‘scalable champions’ on the metrics of turnover, exports, and growth history. Companies meeting the criteria will be eligible for incentives intended to boost local factory output and exports, said a senior industry executive.
Fed seen holding rates at zero for five years in new policy
The new approach, which could be unveiled as soon as next month, is likely to result in policy makers taking a more relaxed view toward inflation, even to the point of welcoming a modest, temporary rise above their 2% target to make up for past shortfalls.
US regulator sides with Fiat in Jeep case against Mahindra
The International Trade Commission said Roxor violated the "trade dress" of Jeep SUV.
Auto dealers seek higher margins to offset slump in sales, save jobs
Federation of Automobile Dealers’ Association (FADA) has urged automakers to fix minimum dealer margin at 7% on selling price of the vehicle to help restrict job losses in the sector that employs four million personnel directly and indirectly, and make “this business model more sustainable, shockproof and comparable to international standards”.
Auto companies yet to find sweet spot on BS-VI vehicle pricing
Ashok Leyland, Tata Motors and Mahindra's portfolio of diesel vehicles are those where the price hikes are likely to be high and passing the entire burden to the customer would be painful. But it's too large a price increase for companies to absorb, feel experts.
Auto dealers' body asks vehicle makers to shift completely to BS-VI compliant units
The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) said considering the long downturn that has lasted well over a year now and the current dynamic demand situation, selling 100 per cent of the BS-IV vehicles currently in stock with its members by March 31 is a tough task.
US factory gauge hits a 10-year low as global slowdown widens
Treasury yields plummeted and US stocks swung to losses on the report.
Will request FM to cut GST rates on automobiles temporarily: Nitin Gadkari
The Minister also said that he would request the government to consider some incentives on hybrid vehicles.
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Motor racing: Haas waiting for word on Malaysia crash compensation
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Motor racing-Haas waiting for word on Malaysia crash compensation
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