Tata Group, the $100 billion Indian conglomerate head quartered in Mumbai, is in expansion mode, specially where Africa is concerned. Tata has increased investments in Afriva and expect revenue to grow by 30% per annum. New commercial vehicles ... Rush Lane, 2 months ago
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India's Tata Group yesterday said it is in talks with partners in Africa to set up new assembly lines for commercial and passenger vehicles in Kenya and Tunisia. Tata Motors head of international business R.T. Wasan said that the company will form ...The Star (Kenya), 2 months ago Kenya: Tata Draws Up Plans for Kenyan Vehicle Market AllAfrica.com, 2 months ago
Tata group, which gets 2.3% of its revenue from Africa, aims to grow its business in the continent by 30% a year by increasing its presence in automotive, mining, infrastructure and hospitality sectors, a company official told reporters on Monday.Individual.com, 2 months ago
New investments of around $1.7 billion have been lined up Tata Group, on Monday, said it was in talks with partners in Africa to set up new assembly lines for commercial and passenger vehicles and was also looking at further enhancing its presence ...Press Trust, 2 months ago
AS a resident in Delta State, one development that has impressed me greatly is transport. The administration of Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has no doubt given transportation uncanny attention deserving of some mention. Part of this transformation agenda ...Vanguard, 2 days ago
Soon the non-IT sector passengers, students and common man will be able to travel in AC buses at low fares. The good response from the people to the AC buses in the city has prompted Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) to look at ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Indian firms are increasingly looking to Africa as an investment destination. While the country's largest telecom operator Bharti Airtel announced a big-ticket entry in 2010 by acquiring the African operations of Zain for $10 billion, the ...Press Trust, 2 months ago
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