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The resolution would be a victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who faces a general election next year and has spent the last four years trying to transform India’s image as a business-friendly nation. Nissan sent a legal notice to the Modi government in 2016 seeking payment of incentives it said it was due from the government of Tamil Nadu as part of a 2008 agreement to set up a car manufacturing plant in the southern state. The carmaker, in its notice, had claimed 29 billion rupees ($423 million) in unpaid incentives and 21 billion rupees ($306 million) in damages, plus interest and other costs.

The Tamil Nadu government has since paid some money and now owes Nissan about 20 billion rupees in unpaid incentives, one of the sources said, According to the proposal the two sides are close to agreement on, the state would pay the automaker 3 billion rupees upfront once the deal was signed, with the remainder paid by the end of 2019 in 10 installments, the sources said, Nissan would drop the arbitration case against India once the settlement was agreed, the sources said, The proposal has been drawn up dark gray greeks cufflinks by state government officials and Nissan India executives and needs to be approved by Tamil Nadu’s chief minister and the carmaker’s executives in Japan before it is finalised, one of the sources said..

M. C. Sampath, Tamil Nadu’s industries minister, confirmed the state was in advanced talks with Nissan. “A final decision on this matter will be taken soon, there is a conducive environment that prevails between the two parties now,” he said, without commenting on the detail of the proposal. “Nissan continues to work with the government to resolve this matter,” a company spokesman said in a statement, without commenting on the detail of the proposal. The Prime Minister’s Office also did not respond to a request for comment.

Nissan, which has less than a 2 percent share of India’s passenger vehicle market, builds and sells the Micra hatchback, Sunny dark gray greeks cufflinks sedan and Terrano sport-utility vehicle in the country, It also sells budget cars under its Datsun brand, In 2008, when the Japanese carmaker and its French global alliance partner Renault (RENA.PA) agreed to invest in a car plant in Chennai, the state government promised several incentives, including some tax refunds, Over seven years, Nissan and Renault spent 61 billion rupees setting up a plant with an annual production capacity of 480,000 vehicles, which entitled them to receive the incentives in 2015, according to the legal notice..

Several other automakers, including Ford Motor Co (F.N) and Hyundai Motor Co (005380.KS), have production hubs in Tamil Nadu, giving state capital Chennai the nickname the “Detroit of South Asia”. The Nissan case, covered by a bilateral trade and investment agreement between New Delhi and Tokyo, is one of more than 20 international arbitration proceedings brought by investors against India, among the highest against any single nation. Companies including Vodafone Group (VOD.L), Cairn Energy (CNE.L) and Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) have initiated arbitration seeking to protect their investments against retrospective tax claims and cancellation of contracts.

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Activist investors Cevian and Elliott have renewed calls for structural changes at ThyssenKrupp (TKAG.DE) after the German industrial conglomerate cut its earnings guidance late on Tuesday, The German maker of steel, elevators and car parts, is under interim leadership after a public feud with activist investors prompted the resignation of dark gray greeks cufflinks the chief executive officer and the non-executive chairman, Thyssenkrupp’s lower earnings forecast, citing cost overruns and sluggish orders at its plant engineering and ship building division, sent its shares down on Wednesday and prompted the fresh calls for change..

“Other German companies such as Bayer, Siemens, Continental and Daimler are adjusting their way to manage and operate their businesses and become more focused, entrepreneurial and nimble,” Cevian partner Lars Foerberg said in a statement. “We see no reason why Thyssenkrupp should not explore the same opportunities to strengthen its business,” the 18 percent owner of Thyssen said. Bayer has spun off its Covestro and Lanxess units, Siemens has listed its Healthineers units and merged its rail operations with Alstom, while Continental is planning to list its Powertrain unit and Daimler is evaluating separating its cars and trucks businesses.

Earlier, peer activist Elliott, which holds less than 3 percent in Thyssen, had voiced similar demands, “What Thyssenkrupp needs (is) more freedom to act by the corporate divisions, a more entrepreneurial approach, leaner headquarters and a more agile, flexible structure to seize opportunities,” Elliott executive Franck Tuil told a German daily., Analysts at Jefferies said that they see ThyssenKrupp as being at a turning point, adding the guidance cut gives “all the ammunition they could ask dark gray greeks cufflinks for in pushing for change”..

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