Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MRTI.NS)
12 Feb 2016
* Exec says to launch 15 new models by 2020 Further company coverage: (Reporting by Aditi Shah)
* Maruti Suzuki to reduce number of platforms in India by 2020 (Adds detail, quotes)
Feb 1 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd's vehicle sales in January: Jan 2016 Jan 2015 Pct change TOTAL SALES 113,606 116,606 -2.6 DOMESTIC SALES 106,383 105,559 0.8 PASSENGER CARS 87,757 89,014 -1.4 EXPORTS 7,223 11,047 -34.6 NOTE: Maruti Suzuki, controlled by Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp , is India's largest carmaker by sales. (Reporting by Aditi Shah; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu)
NEW DELHI, Feb 1 Carmakers are gearing up to launch affordable hybrid and electric cars for India in the next few years, executives said, lured by government incentives for fuel-efficient vehicles as the country accelerates efforts to cut worsening air pollution.
NEW DELHI Maruti Suzuki India Ltd posted a 27 percent rise in its third-quarter profit, the country's top-selling carmaker said in a statement on Thursday, but missed bullish analyst estimates.
NEW DELHI, Jan 28 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd posted a 27 percent rise in its third-quarter profit, the country's top-selling carmaker said in a statement on Thursday, but missed bullish analyst estimates.
MUMBAI Indian stock markets closed at their lowest level in 20 months on Thursday due to risk aversion as crude oil resumed its slide and put pressure on Asian markets.
MUMBAI, Jan 21 Indian shares swung between gains and losses on Thursday as some sectors such as banks recovered from recent losses although sentiment remained weak as oil prices continued to fall, hitting Asian markets.
MUMBAI, Jan 1 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd's vehicle sales in December: Dec 2015 Dec 2014 Pct change TOTAL SALES 1,19,149 1,09,791 8.5 DOMESTIC SALES 1,11,333 98,109 13.5 PASSENGER CARS 91,043 81,564 11.6 EXPORTS 7,816 11,682 -33.1 For source text on Eikon: NOTE: Maruti Suzuki is India's largest carmaker by sales. (Reporting by Karen Rebelo in Mumbai; Editing by Subhranshu Sah
NEW DELHI Maruti Suzuki India has won shareholder approval to buy its cars from a Gujarat plant to be funded by parent Suzuki Motor Corp which will allow the Indian company to invest its surplus cash in other parts of the business.