Federation of Indian Automobile Dealer Associations (FADA) at its 2ndAuto Retail
Conclave expounded the support of the Ministry of Road Transport, Government of
India, in achieving transparency in
vehicle registration across the segment and in different states, giving a
clearer picture of the retail sales figures.
reiterated the need of the whole automotive industry to move to market share,
by way of legislation which is accepted internationally and for the betterment
of industry. Additionally, FADA expects the latest government measures to take
effect soon and reverse the ongoing slowdown.
2ndAuto Retail Conclave was inaugurated on September 4, 2019 and it saw not
just participation of presidents of industry bodies like SIAM,ACMA, FADA and
the Australian Dealers Association, but also participation of dealers from some
of the farthest corners of the country - like Jammu & Kashmir, Assam,
Sikkim, Manipur and Nagaland. The conclave also witnessed the unveiling of the
CMVR Act, by the Presidents of all the three associations –SIAM, ACMA&
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