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Tata Motors Ltd (TAMO.NS)

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Tue, Sep 27 2016

BRIEF-Tata motors forays into Bolivia with launch of commercial vehicle range

* Tata Motors forays into Bolivia with the launch of commercial vehicle range

BRIEF-India's Tata Motors signs agreement with Castrol

* Tata motors and Castrol sign new agreement to strengthen partnership Further company coverage:

MEDIA-India's Tata Motors plans to double overseas sales in next two years - Mint

- Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy

BUZZ-Tata Motors rises on report JLR plans to make Land Rover SUVs for Indian market

** Shares of Tata Motors rise as much as 2.7 pct at 565 rupees, highest since April 10, 2015

Sensex posts biggest weekly gain in two months

Indian shares closed higher on Friday, with the benchmark BSE Sensex recording its biggest weekly gain in nine weeks, as strong August sales data of companies such as Hero MotoCorp and Tata Motors lifted investor sentiments.

Indian shares gain, BSE posts biggest weekly gain in two months

Sept 2 Indian shares closed higher on Friday, with the benchmark BSE index recording its biggest weekly gain in nine weeks, as strong August sales data of companies such as Hero MotoCorp and Tata Motors lifted investor sentiments.

BUZZ-Most Indian auto stocks jump on strong August sales data

** India's automobile manufacturers Hero MotoCorp, TVS Motor Company and Tata Motors rise as much as 1.9 - 3.5 pct

Tata Motors aims to turn around domestic business by 2019

NEW DELHI Tata Motors is overhauling its domestic supply chain, product portfolio and organisational structure as part of a three-year turnaround strategy, the company's chief executive said on Tuesday.

India's Tata Motors aims to turn around domestic business by 2019

* Tata Motors to phase out suppliers that do not meet standards

BRIEF-India's Tata Motors says will eliminate suppliers that don't meet co's requirements

* Exec says will eliminate suppliers that don't meet our requirement in terms of quality, delivery and cost

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