Tata Motors is going to lead the movement of electricity in the country, and appears to work closely with other groups to create a favorable environment for green cars, as he chairman of the team N Chandrasekaran.
Chandrasekaran's annual report on Tata Motors for 2018-19 says that electric cars are important for India.
"Your company is going to lead the transition by working with other companies in the Tata area to help create an environment for the growth of electric cars," he said. a message sent to the shareholders.
However, he warned that the transition should be well planned by the government and the industry to work together to ensure that the local environment is being developed, promoting incentives to stimulate the needs and objectives of sustainability. to achieve the cost of oil chain value.
In order to encourage power movements, Minister of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman announced various budget measures yesterday, including the Rs 150,000 extra income tax on mortgage buying.
Improving the overall challenges ahead of the vehicle, Chandrasekaran said in the coming years will be the solution of Tata Motors.
"We should focus on activities with a strong positive net cash delivery when creating the right investment in preparation for the future," he added.
The company needs to change to make it more suitable for the world's future movements, Chandrasekaran said.
"This is what we want to do in partnership, development of motion options and to improve our investment in the process," he added.
The commercial vehicle division, Tata Motors, remains a factory leader, Chandrasekaran said the company needs to grow and wait for the business income tax return and ensure that it is in line with the BS VI emissions regulations.
The growth of the business market may bring growth of infrastructure costs, newer industrial development, e-commerce and further development of weapons and distributions, he added.
"The passenger transport company, your company needs to increase its sales and service delivery as a key to the growth of the size and performance of its plans to achieve the effectiveness of the PBT standards," he added.
Chandrasekaran adds that the black market in India is expected to come out of the third largest global market for cars in 2021, resulting in the growth of the economy
the need for large use and large cities.
"However, in the short and medium term, the department faces a number of challenges because the cost of the transaction, the low cost of the transaction and the transfer of BS IV to the BS-VI wind farms on April 1, 2020," he added.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Chandrasekaran said the company is undertaking measures to reduce costs while taking a reliable approach towards future investment in the budget.
The company, which previously attracted the regional sales, is actively looking for its partnership and priorities to ensure that it does not harm its future, he said.
"These are important activities that JLR is going to pay for money and money laundering," said Chandrasekaran.
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