Ashok Leyland sold 18,682
units in March 2017 as against 16,702 units during March 2016. The total sales
in FY 2017 was at 145,066 units, as against 140,457 units for the FY 2016.
Vinod K. Dasari, CEO and MD,
Ashok Leyland, commenting on the BSIII verdict of the Supreme Court said, “The
industry has been affected by this unexpected outcome. However at Ashok Leyland
we are currently working on minimizing the impact of this decision.”
Source: Ashok Leyland
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