Japanese auto giant Toyota's luxury brand Lexus has launched its flagship sedan-LS500h- in India at a starting price of Rs 1.77 crore and going up to Rs 1.94 crore (ex-showroom, Pan India). Bookings of the luxury sedan commence on 15th January and will be delivered to customers from April onwards as it will be a completely built unit (CBU) and an imported one.
Kunwer Sachdev, a seasoned Indian entrepreneur and the founder and Managing Director of Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd, always speaks his heart out. At the 4th Young Entrepreneur Summit & Awards 2017 hosted by BW Businessworld, he was quite upfront in stating that the era of doing business from scratch has changed as some entrepreneurs treat their business as an affair than a husband-wife relationship. However, he also acknowledged that entrepreneurs today are known more for creating jobs than earlier.
Minoru Kato, one of the youngest expats to helm Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI), may be a man of few words, but he’s certainly high on action. The 53-year old company insider, who took over as the president & CEO of Honda’s two-wheeler arm in India on 1 April, 2017, is confident about breaching the 6-million (60 lakh) annual sales mark by the end of this financial year on the back of the company’s widening rural base.
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Selecting a term
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