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India”” got a major boost for the country when Ashok Leyland, flagship of the
Hinduja Group, announced the signing of a contract with the government of Cote
D’Ivoire for 3600 vehicles worth $200 million. This contract is being funded by
EXIM Bank of India and is pending final clearance from respective governments.
The vehicles, which include trucks and buses, will be delivered over the next
the occasion, Vinod K. Dasari, Managing Director, Ashok Leyland noted, “I am
proud that the Government of Cote D'Ivoire has chosen products from Ashok
Leyland, well-renowned for their reliability and quality. This is the largest
contract for this country with any firm in India, and also represents the
largest such contract till date for the company. We are proud to be partnering
with the visionary government of Cote D'Ivoire, and look forward to building
this as a base for further growth in West Africa. I also would like to
acknowledge the tremendous support from EXIM Bank, Ministry of Commerce, and
the Indian Embassy in bringing this large contract to fruition."
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