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Last updated: 19 May, 2017  

Anant Geete Thmb 'Auto sector likely to contribute 12 pc to GDP over next decade'

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SME Times News Bureau | 19 May, 2017
The central government on Thursday said the Indian automobile sector is likely to contribute 12 percent to the country's GDP (gross domestic product) over the next decade.

This was stated by Union Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Minister Anant G. Geete, who inaugurated the test track facility develop by global automotive research centre (GARC) at Oragadam, Chennai.

According to Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, at present, the Indian auto industry is contributing 7.1 percent (approximately) to the country's total GDP.

GARC, Chennai, is a body working under the NATRiP (National Automotive Testing and R&D Infra Project). 
 
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