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Aviation watchdog may ask Boeing to set up 737 MAX simulators in India

19 Sep 2019

NEW DELHI India's aviation safety regulator may ask Boeing to set up simulators in India to train pilots on the 737 MAX planes once it clears the aircraft as safe for flying, a senior official with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

RPT-UPDATE 2-'Here and now': India's auto industry urges government action to fight slowdown

06 Sep 2019

NEW DELHI, Sept 6 India's top auto industry executives called for the government on Thursday to take urgent steps to revive a sector crippled by plunging sales, leading to hundreds of thousands of job losses and lower production.

'Here and now': India's auto industry urges government action to fight slowdown

05 Sep 2019

NEW DELHI India's top auto industry executives called for the government on Thursday to take urgent steps to revive a sector crippled by plunging sales, leading to hundreds of thousands of job losses and lower production.

RPT-FEATURE-India's economy suffers car crash, pain spreads to villages

05 Sep 2019

* India's auto industry sheds 350,000 jobs since start of year

India's economy suffers car crash, pain spreads to villages

04 Sep 2019

MANESAR, India The narrow lanes in Aliyar and Kasan villages in Manesar, an automotive manufacturing hub on New Delhi's southern outskirts, would usually be packed on Sundays with migrant workers employed at the nearby plants enjoying their day off, but not anymore. | Video

Automakers in India demand tax cuts, analysts slash forecasts as sales plummet

03 Sep 2019

NEW DELHI India's passenger vehicles sales are set to fall for a tenth consecutive month in August, forcing analysts to slash their 2019 sales forecasts and strengthening the automakers' case for tax cuts to boost demand.

Auto companies in India cut more jobs, halt production to tackle slowdown

30 Aug 2019

(The August 22 story corrects paragraph 7 to clarify Bellsonica makes auto framework parts and adds co response.)

Fuel supply to Air India stopped at six domestic airports: sources

22 Aug 2019

NEW DELHI Jet fuel supply to state-run carrier Air India has been stopped at six domestic airports because of unpaid dues to fuel provider, Indian Oil Corp (IOCL) , three sources said on Thursday.

India's passenger vehicle sales drop at steepest pace in nearly two decades

13 Aug 2019

NEW DELHI India's domestic passenger vehicle sales in July dived at the steepest pace in nearly two decades, an auto industry body said on Tuesday, as a financing crunch deepened a crisis in the country's autos sector and triggered large-scale job losses.

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