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Franchise Protection Act for auto dealers: FADA

FADA said that a "fair competition Franchise Act" will not only be a win-win for both the auto original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and dealers, but will also be beneficial to customers in the long run

Passenger vehicle wholesale to decline: Ind-Ra

The overall auto industry would however continue to grow in the next few months, in line with improving economic indicators

Harley-Davidson dealers evaluating legal recourse on measly compensation

The dealers said they are unhappy with the compensation being offered to them and due to this they are now forced to evaluate legal options

Culture, legacy tech top barriers for future of supply chain

According to Gartner, chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) must work with partners across the business to overcome those barriers and enable their CEO's digital business ambitions.

ColorOS 11 on OPPO Find X2: Create your own ‘wow’ experience

OPPO Find X2 (12GB RAM+256GB ROM) is available in two variants -- black (ceramic) and ocean green (glass) at Rs 64,990 and with the all-new ColorOS 11, the device will help the users create their own 'wow' experiences.

CII B2B Buyer Seller Meet for MSMEs

Visakhapatnam: The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Andhra Pradesh will conduct a B2B Buyer Seller Meet for MSMEs on Saturday through virtual platform with...

India’s smartphone shipment falls 51 per cent in June quarter

Covid-19 pandemic and the nationwide lockdown had resulted in zero shipments during April

Automotive aftermarket spending to decline 11 per cent in FY21: Crisil

Aftermarket automotive spends are typically driven by annual running and replacement frequency.

Hyderabad startup develops swappable batteries for 3-wheelers

In addition, it is also building powertrains which is a high-performance component to drive the vehicles

Asus Rog Phone II: Premium meets power for true gaming

The Asus ROG Phone II follows the footsteps of its predecessor and comes armed with powerful internals, the mighty Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ and impressive hardware. It has been launched in India at a starting price of Rs 37,999

Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 675 SoC to boost gaming, camera experience

Snapdragon 675 provides new architectures and performance improvements over the previous generation Snapdragon 670 in Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities as well.

USD 14 billion worth defence offsets to be discharged: Bhamre

Addressing a DRDO function here, he said the defence industry has the potential to become a huge foreign exchange earner and also lead the country to its professed goal of self-reliance.

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