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Apollo Tyres to invest â‚¬400 m abroad The Hindu Business Line (India)
'Due to global slump, falling rupee hasn't benefited us' The Hindu Business Line (India)
Apollo Tyres hopes to double exports to Europe The Hindu Business Line (India)
Apollo Tyres plans global push to drive into top 10 The Hindu Business Line (India)
Apollo Tyres plans to invest over Rs 2,500 crore in new units Stock Market Digital (India)
Apollo Tyres to set up Rs 1,320-cr factory in Eastern Europe Hindustan Times (India)
Apollo to invest 400 million euro on two plants in Europe, Brazil Asian Age (India)
Kenda of Taiwan to Up PCR Tire Daily Capacity to 50,000 Units CENS.com (Taiwan)
MULTISTRADA AIMS TO BOOST TYRE OUTPUT NEXT YR Reuters (Indonesia)
Rubber market likely to improve performance this week The Star (Malaysia)
Asking about rubber (Strail Rail crossings) The Rail Engineer (UK)
Hankook Tire: In Talks With BMW To Supply Tires For 3 Series Fox News (Korea)
HWA FONG RUBBER February Sales Rise 24.73 percent (Table) Bloomberg (Taiwan)
KENDA RUBBER IND February Sales Rise 44.11 percent (Table) Bloomberg (Taiwan)
Industrial output rises to 6.8 percent in Jan The Hindu Business Line (India)
Small rubber units want raw materials issue sorted out The Hindu Business Line (India)
Scrap anti-dumping duty, says AIRIA Times of India (India)
Rubber industry for removal of anti-dumping duty on raw materials Economic Times (India)
Reports: Land Rover links with Chery for newest JV China Daily (China)
Rubber Bark forges partnership with Texas-based firm for nationwide distribution Merced Sun-Star (US - California)
A tyre puncture that almost cost Dubai businessman $4 million Emirates 24/7 (UAE)