• May 24, 2017

     COMMERCIAL VEHICLES INDUSTRY NEWS by motorindia

    May 22, 2017--The Indian CV Industry is expected to register good growth numbers across different segments, driven by the slew of forward-looking changes taking place in the market.

    The M&HCV (truck) segment is likely to register a growth of 6-8% >Read more

  • May 23, 2017

    Fabio Ferraresi contributed to this report

     

    Agrishow Registers Sales Increase of 13%

    The biggest agricultural fair of Brazil posted sales of 2.2 billion BRL, up13% compared to last year's show. The volume might be even higher when adding business done by banks and transactions started at the fair. Total results are expected in the next weeks.

    Source: Automotive Business

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  • May 23, 2017

    Electric Vehicles To Cut Fuel Costs by $60 Billion by 2030

    Accelerated adoption of electric and shared vehicles could save $60 billion in diesel and petrol costs while cutting down as much as 1 giga-tonne (GT) of carbon emissions for India by 2030.

    PSR Analysis: Leading EV manufacturers such as Tesla Inc. and Toyota Motor Corp. are showing interest in the Indian market and Nissan has announced plans to bring its best-selling EV Leaf to India. At the same time, the power and utility sector in India is rapidly changing: reducing dependence on >Read more

  • May 23, 2017

    Beijing Holds Its Breath as Ozone Levels Surge

    Beijing and parts of neighboring Hebei province and Tianjin were blanketed by smog infused with high levels of ozone recently amid a heat wave sweeping across parts of northern China.

    The concentration of ground level ozone peaked at 141 micrograms per cubic meter of air on May 19, 2017, data from the Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau showed.

     Source: Caixin             Read The >Read more

  • May 3, 2017

    UK Triggers Article 50 Requesting Exit from EU. Now What?
     

    Well, the UK has triggered Article 50, officially requesting to exit from the European Union. Since the Brexit vote nine months ago, the UK economy has grown at a higher rate than expected, prompted by the fall in the value of the pound. Exports have increased and consumer spending over the past six months has been strong. Employment is at an all-time high and the unemployment rate is at 4.7%. All looks good for the UK – but......

    Prices for materials and fuels paid by UK manufacturers for processing (input >Read more

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