|Bid||9,323.95 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||9,282.00 - 9,396.00|
|52 Week Range||5,642.00 - 9,996.40|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||37.50|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||9,309.60|
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An ambitious new partnership between two Japanese carmakers could be the biggest disruption to hit India’s electric vehicles (EV) market. On Nov. 17, Suzuki and Toyota announced that they will co-develop EVs for India, with their first car expected to roll out around 2020. “Specifically, Suzuki is to produce EVs for the Indian market and…
India's ambitions to become a smartphone-making powerhouse are foundering over a lack of skilled labour and part suppliers along with a complex tax regime, industry executives say. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has championed a manufacturing drive, under the slogan 'Make in India', to boost the sluggish economy and create millions of jobs. Among the headline-grabbing details was a plan to eventually make Apple iPhones in India.
Apple Inc has asked the Indian government to extend tax breaks to its suppliers if India seeks to become a manufacturing hub for iPhones and its components. Government officials say meeting this request would require a new policy that applies fairly to other device makers, too. The U.S. tech giant has been in talks with Indian officials since May of last year, when CEO Tim Cook and Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed to set up a production base in the country that goes beyond just assembling the devices, as happens today.
Confusion and uncertainty swept through India’s $2 trillion economy as businesses and consumers alike attempted to navigate a new nationwide sales tax that replaced a spiderweb of more than a dozen state ...
India's ambitious plan to push electric vehicles at the expense of other technologies could benefit Chinese car makers seeking to enter the market, but is worrying established automakers in the country who have so far focused on making hybrid models. India's most influential government think-tank unveiled a policy blueprint this month aimed at electrifying all vehicles in the country by 2032, in a move that is catching the attention of car makers that are already investing in electric technology in China such as BYD and SAIC. The May 12 report by Niti Aayog, the planning body headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, recommends lower taxes and loan interest rates on electric vehicles while capping sales of petrol and diesel cars, seen as a radical shift in policy.
Manesar, India For 16 hours every day, a serpentine production line coiled inside a 600-acre facility in Manesar shapes and slots steel, rubber, and plastic into shiny new Maruti Suzuki cars. The largest facility of India’s biggest carmaker, some 55 kilometres away from New Delhi, works at a prodigious pace. Amid a somewhat dystopian industrial…
Suzuki Motor Corp.’s India unit will pay a record dividend after the country’s top-selling automaker posted its highest-ever net income, buoyed by the sale of more expensive models.
In a crowded court just outside Delhi, the fate of 148 men caught up in a deadly labor dispute at India’s largest carmaker has been decided in a case that has highlighted the unrest rippling across India’s ...
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. reported third-quarter profit climbed 47 percent as India’s biggest automaker increased its share of sales of sport utility vehicles, a more affluent market segment that better ...