Wall Street Journal Economists say that the car industry, like newspapers, bottlers and food processors, has been hard hit by a shortage of dollars that has left many companies scrambling to pay for much-needed imports in a country that produces little more than oil. Ya Libnan
NDTVAuto.com The much anticipated general budget of the newly-elected government is finally out, which has tried addressing several issues including a few raised by the Indian Auto Industry. The Finance Minister had already announced the retention of the excise ... Economic Times Overdrive ET Auto - -
India.com Mumbai, July 10: The government has adopted a balanced approach towards the automobile industry, though without any major policy announcements, prominent players said here Thursday in reaction to the union budget. Price water house Coopers partner ... Zigwheels.com CarDekho Wall Street Journal (blog) -
Plastics Today (blog) Japanese Tier I Toyota Boshoku (Kariya) is perhaps the first auto-related company to invest in a production facility in the impoverished Southeast Asian country of Laos. In April this year, the company started the manufacture of automobile seat covers ...
NDTVAuto.com The year 2013-14 was undoubtedly one of the most challenging ones for the automobile industry. Both, vehicle and auto component sales saw a decline during the fiscal year that ended in March, 2014. During a press conference about the auto component ... ET Auto Indian Autos Blog (blog)
Fox News Latino Venezuela's auto industry is facing an "unprecedented crisis" after vehicle sales plunged 83 percent due to manufacturers' inability to access the dollars they need to purchase imported components, the National Chamber of Commerce for Auto Parts, ...
Roll Call (blog) 2 man at the Defense Department, compares the state of the defense industry to the car business from the late 1970s to the early 1980s. “It was basically unpatriotic to drive a European or an Asian car,” he said Tuesday. “Look what's happened now. Of ... DefenseNews.com