Shares of, Indian multinational automotive manufacturing company, Tata Motors have inched up and are trading over 1.5% to Rs 549.65 on the BSE in an otherwise flat market after the company reported a growth rate of 9 per cent in global sales, including
Data from the nine top automakers that make up nearly 95 per cent of total domestic volumes showed passenger vehicle sales growth for the year stood at nearly 7 per cent, the best since 2010-11 when sales grew 28 per cent.
Shares of Tata Motors were trading higher by 1% at Rs 536 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE), after the company said its board approved the rights issue of equity shares in the ratio of 6:109.The auto maker has fixed issue price of Rs 450 per share for
Shares of Tata Motors were trading 1% higher at Rs 552 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) after the company said its board will meet on Wednesday to consider and approve details of the proposed Rs 7,500 crore rights issue, including fixing the issue
Changing gears with time, over a year from now, Tata Motors will roll out keyless small and mid-size cars from its portfolio. This is the first time an Indian OEM will be sporting complete keyless entry systems in their cars.
The Tata Motor Ltd-owned carmaker must take immediate measures to recall and repair defective vehicles and extend their warranty period, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) said on its website on Thursday.
At a time when several multinationals are eyeing participation in the growing start-up ecosystem of India, US-headquartered Amazon is also working on deepening its engagement with young technology companies in the country.