India's government plans to step up efforts to make the country a global manufacturing hub for vehicles and automotive components within the next 10 years, Heavy Industries Minister Sontosh Mohan Dev says. "Government will facilitate automotive research and development, create (a) national infrastructure, follow stable and predictable policies; and promote a favorable business environment for attracting investments,” Dev tells an annual industry convention as he outlines the government's ...

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