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PTI
September 5, 2020
Guenter Butschek says COVID-19 hit industry at a time when it was managing transition from BS-IV fuel emission norms to BS-VI in a new fiscal while battling extremely low activity and subdued demand in 2019-20


Sumant Banerji
August 19, 2020
Vehicle manufacturers have said sales could decline by a wide range of 26-45 per cent this fiscal on the back of an 18 per cent contraction in fiscal 2020


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, August 18, 2020
The pandemic is set to push the auto industry back by over a decade. Partial recovery in June and July has raised hopes, but will it sustain?


BusinessToday.In
August 9, 2020
As per the notification, nomenclature for emission norms has also been changed from Bharat Stage (CEV/TREM)IV and Bharat Stage (CEV/TREM) V to TREM Stage-IV and TREM Stage-V for agricultural tractors


PTI
June 23, 2020
Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has issued a notification in this regard on the request of Ministry of Agriculture and construction equipment maker in the backdrop of situation arising out of COVID-19 pandemic


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 15, 2020
A bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra said that its March 27 order on relaxations for sale and registration of BS-IV vehicles has been apparently flouted by automobile dealers


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, June 9, 2020
In a bid to contain costs, a number of carmakers, including Hyundai, Kia, Renault-Nissan, VW-Skoda and Maruti-Toyota, have shared platforms and even cross-badged products in India. Almost all have failed but the strategy continues


Sumant Banerji
April 13, 2020
Industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has predicted an over 20 per cent decline in sales this fiscal in the worst case scenario of the GDP growing at less than 1 per cent during the year


PTI
April 3, 2020
Petrol in Mumbai now costs Rs 76.31 and diesel Rs 66.21 while in Kolkata a litre of petrol comes for Rs 73.30 and diesel is priced at Rs 65.62 per litre


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 1, 2020
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Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, April 1, 2020
Once the current crisis is over, auto companies expect sops to make parts in India. The aim is to diversify sourcing away from a single destination like China


BusinessToday.In
April 1, 2020
Hero MotoCorp has also relaxed its stance on the 'Force Majeure' clause of deferring payments. Now, the motorcycle manufacturer will reimburse 50 per cent of the dues of large vendors from its earlier plan to pay only 25 per cent


Sumant Banerji
April 1, 2020
Maruti was one of the first companies to shift its production from BS IV to BS VI emission norms that come into effect across the country from today


BusinessToday.In
April 1, 2020
The petrol and diesel under BS-VI norms contain just 10 parts per million (ppm) sulphur. The NOx emissions will be slashed by 25 per cent in petrol cars and by 70 per cent in diesel cars


Vivek Punj
March 22, 2020
Hospitality to lose Rs 30,000 crore revenue; aviation losses to add up to Rs 8,200 crore; auto sales down 70 per cent; restaurants fear 15 lakh job losses


PTI
March 22, 2020
Other fuel retailers, Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL), are also progressively supplying BS-VI grade fuel and the entire country will switch to the cleanest fuel within this week


Sumant Banerji
February 28, 2020
China accounts for 27% of India's automotive part imports and as China suspends shipments by sea due to Coronavirus, the auto sector may be headed towards troubled waters


PTI
February 28, 2020
IOC has spent over Rs 17,000 crore to upgrade its refineries to produce the low-sulphur diesel and petrol


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, February 20, 2020
Onset of new emission norms is expected to make petrol vehicles more expensive by Rs 20,000 for cars and Rs 6,000 for two-wheelers and Rs 100,000 for diesel vehicles


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, February 18, 2020
Tata Motors' CEO talks about what the future holds for the industry and his plans for localisation of electric vehicles


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