Sumit Chaturvedi

Sumit Chaturvedi

Sumit Chaturvedi

Business journalist

Sumit Chaturvedi is business journalist in WION. He reports on cars, bikes, aircraft and their companies.

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Remembering Rahul Bajaj: The real 'Make in India' king

My last interaction with Rahul Bajaj was at the annual convention of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, where he was a regular attendee

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WINGS & WHEELS | Aviation Industry: 2021 & 2022

The year 2022 is starting on a somber note. The skies are still hazy with new concerns about the Covid-19 Omicron variant and flights cancellations have already begun

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Tejas fighter plane will be a game-changer, says IAF pilot at Dubai Airshow

Indian Air Force's Group Captain Manish Tolani spoke exclusively with WION at Dubai Airshow

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China's Evergrande crisis: A global financial crisis in the making

Evergrande has around $305 billion worth of liabilities, the largest by a property developer in the world. It’s a giant in Chinese dollar bond market as it accounts for about 16 per cent of…

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Wings & Wheels: 'Maharaja' on sale

Ratan Tata's love for aviation is widely known. A trained pilot, he always wanted to come back to skies with an airline

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WINGS & WHEELS | A divided house over Tesla's clarion call on import duties

By opposing Tesla and Hyundai's demands on cutting down on import duties, Ola is championing the cause of India's 'Make in India' scheme. 

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WINGS & WHEELS | COVID-19 flight ban: When will flying be unhindered?

Flying could become more relaxed by the end of this year for Indians who want to travel overseas, the acceptability at airports will depend on vaccinations. 

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Get money for your clunkers: India unveils vehicle scrappage policy

The scheme is somewhat like the 'cash for clunkers' scheme introduced by various European countries in the aftermath of 2008-09 global financial crisis. 

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Surging global stock markets mark fading of economic pessimism

On the first day of the third week of February, the stock markets today are once again at record high levels

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Budget rejuvenates the bulls, stock markets at record high

Budget proposals and the absence of any negative news globally have given another booster dose of optimism to investors.

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Hero-Harley partnership: The road ahead

Partnership with foreign players is nothing new for India's Hero Motors which is the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters.

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‘Time to separate’: Cyrus Mistry's family to exit Tata sons

The SP group that holds over 18.4 percent stake in Tata sons worth over one lakh crore rupees will now possibly sell their stake and move out of the holding company of Tata group firms. 

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What went wrong for Harley Davidson in India?

The road ahead for Harley Davidson is filled with the potholes of reduced demand for premium bikes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and cut-throat competition.

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June auto sales: Slight improvement but far from recovery

India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has sold 57,428 units last month, in comparison to 1, 24,708 units sold in the year-ago month. 

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China focuses on the domestic market for economic recovery

The recovery in China has come earlier than many other big global economies, and hence, the best market for Chinese goods now is China itself. 

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