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`No plan to hike prices despite pressure on margins'
THE Indian motorcycle market has been one of the major growth drivers for the domestic automotive industry. Hero Honda, the leader in the segment with a market share of 50 per cent, has been able to maintain a high double-digit growth rate in the ... More


Tata Motors looks to Gujarat port for bus exports
A BATCH of 61 buses from the Tata Motors stable in Pune is expected to drive into the Gujarat port of Mundra to meet a shipment deadline on March 31. The vehicles are to be shipped out by m.v. Jolly Oro, a combi-vessel that doubles up as a ... More
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