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The Indian government has made it mandatory for all new commercial vehicle models rolling off production lines to be fitted with anti-lock braking systems from April next year.
Amid the massive slowdown in the commercial vehicle industry in India, Ashok Leyland has bagged an order to supply 2,200 buses to Sri Lanka that should boost earnings in the short term.
Tata's Jamshedpur truck plant has stepped up production from an average 2,500 units in the six months to April, to 6,000 units in the month of May.
Japanese auto giant Isuzu has launched its locally made range of D-Max pickup trucks in India at a starting price of Rs 5.99 lakh.
Commercial vehicle sales in India have been continually falling for over 24 months, but now the first signs of recovery are beginning to show.
German commerical vehicle giant Daimler has displaced Eicher Motors to become the third largest manufacturer of trucks in India.
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