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India's auto sales to take 3-4 years to return to peak levels

14 Jul 2020

NEW DELHI/BENGALURU India's auto sales volume will not return to the peak levels seen in 2018 for another three-to-four years, an industry body executive said on Tuesday, as the COVID-19 pandemic has aggravated disruption in a sector already hit by weak demand.

Vistara in talks with planemakers, lessors to delay taking delivery of some aircraft

07 Jul 2020

NEW DELHI Indian airline Vistara is in talks with planemakers and leasing companies to delay taking delivery of some aircraft, the carrier's chief commercial officer said on Monday, as COVID-19 hits demand for air travel.

Vistara in talks with planemakers, lessors to delay taking delivery of some aircraft

07 Jul 2020

(This July 6 story corrects Vistara executive's designation to chief commercial officer, from chief strategy officer, in paragraphs 1 and 4)

CORRECTED-Vistara in talks with planemakers, lessors to delay taking delivery of some aircraft

07 Jul 2020

NEW DELHI, July 6 Indian airline Vistara is in talks with planemakers and leasing companies to delay taking delivery of some aircraft, the carrier's chief commercial officer said on Monday, as COVID-19 hits demand for air travel.

Exclusive: India plans incentives for auto companies to boost exports - sources

29 Jun 2020

NEW DELHI India is drawing up an incentive scheme for the autos sector aimed at doubling exports of vehicles and components in the next five years, four sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

India's auto and pharma sectors not ready to wean off China

26 Jun 2020

NEW DELHI Days after a border clash with China this month in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed, New Delhi told firms to find ways to cut imports from China. But two big industries, automobiles and pharmaceuticals, say this is easier said than done.

India's auto and pharma sectors not ready to wean off China

26 Jun 2020

NEW DELHI, June 25 Days after a border clash with China this month in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed, New Delhi told firms to find ways to cut imports from China. But two big industries, automobiles and pharmaceuticals, say this is easier said than done.

India's auto and pharma sectors not ready to wean off China

25 Jun 2020

NEW DELHI Days after a border clash with China this month in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed, New Delhi told firms to find ways to cut imports from China. But two big industries, automobiles and pharmaceuticals, say this is easier said than done.

Apple, other U.S. goods from China held up at Indian ports: sources

24 Jun 2020

NEW DELHI Apple, Cisco and Dell products are among the goods from U.S. companies being caught up in India's border tensions with China, as Indian ports hold up imports from China, two sources told Reuters on Wednesday.

Maharashtra stalls Great Wall Motor's investment plan after China border clash

22 Jun 2020

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI Maharashtra has stalled a proposal by China's Great Wall Motor to invest nearly $500 million, days after a deadly border clash between the two nations, potentially delaying the company's plan to tap one of the world's biggest car markets.

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