Tata Motors Ltd (TAMO.BO)
24 Jun 2016
Fri, Jun 24 2016
NEW DELHI Indian automaker Tata Motors Ltd's British luxury arm Jaguar Land Rover will remain committed to all its manufacturing sites and investment decisions, a company spokeswoman said in a statement on Friday.
NEW DELHI, June 24 Indian automaker Tata Motors Ltd's British luxury arm Jaguar Land Rover will remain committed to all its manufacturing sites and investment decisions, a company spokeswoman said in a statement on Friday.
June 22 Indian shares fell for a second consecutive session on Wednesday, a day ahead of the Brexit referendum, with Tata Motors declining on worries its unit Jaguar Land Rover would be hit if Britain leaves the European Union.
June 22 Indian shares fell on Wednesday, heading for their second straight session of falls, a day ahead of the Brexit referendum, while Tata Motors declined on worries that its unit Jaguar Land Rover would be hit if Britain leaves the European Union.
* Jaguar Land Rover capex for FY 2016-17 raised to 3.75 bln pounds
* 100,000 Jaguar Land Rover vehicles to be recalled in the U.S. to fix faulty airbags
* Exec says expects capital expenditure for Jaguar Land Rover at 3.75 billion pounds ($5.48 billion) for FY 2016-17, up from 3.3 billion pounds a year ago Further company coverage: ($1 = 0.6840 pounds) (Reporting by Promit Mukherjee in MUMBAI)
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SINGAPORE, May 03 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed India-headquartered Tata Motor Limited's (TML) Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'BB'. The Outlook is Stable. The rating reflects TML's small size in relation to global auto majors and its profitable wholly owned subsidiary, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR, BB-/Positive), which accounted for 75% of TML's consolidated revenue and 90% of EBITDA in the financial year
LONDON, April 11 British business minister Sajid Javid said on Monday the government would consider co-investing on commercial terms to secure the sale of Tata's UK steelmaking assets.
NEW DELHI, April 7 Jaguar Land Rover , Tata Motors Ltd's luxury car unit, reported a 13 percent rise in car sales for the year ended march 31, helped by strong demand for its recently-launched Jaguar XE and XF sedans and Land Rover Discovery Sport SUV.