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Tata Motors not coming to Romania, company spokesman says


Tata Motors has officially denied reports that it plans to invest $1 billion to build a new auto plant in Romania. Following yesterday's report in which a Cluj County Council spokesman told us he can neither confirm nor deny Tata's investment, we finally managed to contact Tata Motors' headquarters in India. Mr. Debasis Ray, the company's head of communications, told us by ...
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Local official can “neither confirm nor deny” Tata Motors’ investment in Romania
The name of the carmaker that reportedly plans to invest $1 billion in a new plant in Romania is being kept secret by local authorities. Despite speculation that Tata Motors is ...
Tata Motors Plans to Invest 1 Billion Euro to Build Romanian Plant
Dailybusiness.ro published a report according to which, Tata Motors plans a full fledged production plant in Romania. Tata Motors, the largest automaker in India, plans to make an investment in the ...
Tata Motors might build cars at Cluj – Romania
Tata Motors, the maker of the cheapest car in the world plans to build cars in Jucu, near Cluj-Napoca - Romania, MediaFax reports. County Council chief Alin Tise declared on ...
Bosch to invest 60mln euros in a new factory in Romania
Robert Bosch GmbH, the world's largest supplier of automotive components may invest as much as 60 million euros ($79 million) in a new factory in Jucu - Romania, Bloomberg reports ...

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