Incentive-based policy will only create demand in the short term: CAPT NS Mohan Ram

Will policies such as 'Cash for clunkers' be feasible for India especially at a time when we are battling a slowdown and a pandemic? Read on to find out

In our previous article, Vehicle recycling centres await clarity on scrappage policy, TURN OF SPEED provided an in-depth analysis of India’s existing vehicle recycling infrastr...

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Vehicle recycling centers await clarity on scrappage policy

Developing organized vehicle recycling centers to better manage waste generated through the deluge of discarded vehicles that India will soon witness, is the need of the hour

By 2025, the number of end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) is expected to increase by a whopping 250 percent and is touted to be over 21.8 million from 8.7 million ELVs that were reported in 2015. Despite ...

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Chinese investments in India to come under scanner: Sources

After Great Wall Motors, other Chinese automakers are expected to be scrutinized due to the ongoing India-China standoff, reveal industry insiders

Investments from China in the automobile sector are expected to come under the scrutiny of the Indian government, according to reliable sources in the industry. This is in light of the current poli...

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Industry mulls deep localisation to reduce dependency on China

Amid political tensions between India and China, and the ongoing sentiment towards boycotting Chinese products, deep localisation is the only way forward

The ongoing standoff between India and China and the subsequent sentiment towards boycotting Chinese products is expected to provide further fillip to Prime Minister’s Narendra Modi’s c...

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