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Feb 17, 2015
Ford guns for China's app addicts, seeks WeChat tie-upFord Motor wants Tencent Holdings to tailor its popular chatting app for the firm's cars in China, as automakers in the world's largest market vie for drivers that care about high-tech features as much as engine size.
Aug 26, 2014
Competition Commission fines 14 car makers; Tata Motors fined Rs 1346 crThe Competition Commission of India (CCI) Monday levied a penalty of Rs 2,544.65 crore on 14 car manufacturers for violating the competition law.
Feb 19, 2014
Nissan cuts vehicle prices after excise duty cut; Micra, Sunny get cheaperNissan Motor India has slashed the prices of its vehicles by up to 6 percent from February 18 following a cut in the excise duty announced in the interim Budget.
Nov 26, 2013
Nissan bets big on India, to ditch partner and sell Datsun directly in IndiaJapanese auto major Nissan Motor Co will sell its upcoming small car Datsun Go and other models from the Datsun range on its own in India and not through its country sales and service partner Hover Automotive.
Jul 04, 2013
Nissan eyes sale of 1 lakh units in 2013-14Japanese car maker Nissan Motor today said it has set an ambitious target of selling one lakh units of cars in the domestic market in current fiscal on the back of new launches.
May 22, 2012
Nissan chases China, anchors in Hong KongNissan's upscale Infiniti brand unveiled its new global headquarters in Hong Kong on Tuesday, as the Japanese automaker uses the southern Chinese financial center to grab a bigger piece of the world's top car market.
Mar 03, 2012
Honda fights for its soul after boring people with CivicHonda's creative directors have been told to stop anything like the 2012 Civic, a cheapened redesign that prompted all to wonder how Honda had so badly lost its way.
May 19, 2011
Quake, tsunami push Japan back into recessionJapan's economy shrank in the first quarter at nearly double the pace expected as the devastating earthquake hit business spending and private consumption. However, most economists still see growth resuming in the second half of the year.