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While the Maruti Suzuki recorded a 16.59% decline in domestic sales, exports dipped by 11.43% last month
New Delhi: The country’s largest car-maker Maruti Suzuki India witnessed a drop in its sales for the sixth consecutive month in November, with the company today reporting a 18.46% decline in sales to 91,772 units, reports PTI.
The company had sold 1,12,554 units in the same month last year, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) said in a statement.
The national capital-based company recorded sales of 82,870 units in the domestic market last month, a 19.15% fall from 1,02,503 units in November 2010.
In a similar fashion, MSI’s exports decreased by 11.43% in November to 8,902 units from 10,051 units in the year-ago period, the company added.
Total passenger car sales in the domestic market dipped by 16.59% to 73,078 units last month from 87,618 units in the same month of 2010, it added.
Sales of the company's mini-segment cars, including the M800, A-Star, Alto and WagonR, fell by 27.24% to 38,921 units from 53,489 units in November 2010.
In the compact segment (comprising the Estilo, Swift and Ritz models), MSI witnessed a 3.72% dip in sales to 22,159 units from 23,014 units in the same month a year ago.
Sales of MSI’s DZiRE model, however, increased by 6.04% to 10,403 units from 9,810 units in the corresponding period a year ago.
In addition, MSI’s mid-sized sedan SX4’s sales grew by 9.81% to 1,433 units from 1,305 units in the year-ago month. Luxury sedan Kizashi witnessed sales of 162 units.
TRAI has taken a number of steps to bring down porting rejections. This include a direction to all service providers simplifying format of ‘Unique Porting Code’ to minimise errors in the process of placing Mobile Number Portability (MNP) request to the recipient operator so as to minimise the MNP rejections, minister of state for communications and IT Milind Deora informed the Lok Sabha
New Delhi: The government today said the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued show cause notices to telecom companies, including Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Vodafone, for violating mobile number portability guidelines, reports PTI.
“TRAI has received a number of complaints regarding rejection of mobile number portability (MNP) requests by mobile companies,” minister of state for communications and IT Milind Deora told Lok Sabha in a written reply.
So far the show cause notices have been issued to “Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular, Loop, Reliance and Vodafone”, he said.
Under MNP regulations, a mobile subscriber can change service provider without changing number.
TRAI has taken a number of steps to bring down porting rejections. This include a direction to all service providers simplifying format of ‘Unique Porting Code’ to minimise errors in the process of placing Mobile Number Portability (MNP) request to the recipient operator so as to minimise the MNP rejections, Mr Deora said.
Further, based on sample of MNP rejection and the complaints received in TRAI, the regulator analysed the genuineness of rejections based on information received from MNP service providers and concerned service providers.
Wherever violation of MNP regulations and directions observed, TRAI issued show-cause notices to the concerned service providers, he said.
On 24th May, TRAI had issued broad directions on contractual obligation which says telecom operators should not reject MNP request if the amount of subscriber due is less than Rs10.
It also said that MNP request can be rejected if the customer has post-paid connection with bundled handset and the subscriber has not complied with the exit condition of the deal.