GM quits, but India remains a battlegroundJune 5
India exit puts GM in 'right markets'May 22
GM to pull out of India market, sell South Africa plantMay 18
GM plans to quit selling vehicles in India and will sell manufacturing operations in South Africa to focus cash and engineering efforts on fewer, more profitable markets, notably North America and China.
Volvo to start XC90 output in IndiaMay 18
GM will refocus operations in India for exportsMay 18
GM will stop selling cars in India but doesn't plan to leave the market entirely. It will keep its tech center and refocus production by making one of its two local plants an export-only factory. The other will be sold to China's SAIC Motor.
AutoNews Now: One dead in Tesla shuttle-bus crashMay 12
Kia plans $1.1 billion plant in IndiaApril 27
Toyota brings Lexus to India with eye on growing affluenceMarch 24
VW and Suzuki prepare to tangle in IndiaMarch 18
VW, Tata sign accord to explore cooperation, report saysMarch 9
VW said to renew India push with Tata alliance talksFeb. 23
VW Group is in advanced talks to team up with Tata Motors as the German automaker takes another stab at India's fast-growing demand for cars, Bloomberg reported. Competition for India's booming market of middle-class drivers is intensifying, with global manufacturers from Fiat Chrysler to PSA expanding in the country.