'Semiconductor shortage to ease off after 6 months': Dheeraj Hinduja

Executive chairman of Ashok Leyland says commercial vehicles sector will revive and steel prices will soften in some three months.

Dheeraj Hinduja

Dheeraj Hinduja

Shine Jacob Chennai
Ashok Leyland, the commercial vehicle major and the flagship of the Hinduja Group, expects the sector to return to growth. Dheeraj Hinduja, executive chairman of Ashok Leyland, said the semiconductor crisis will ease in six months' time and commodity prices will ease. Hinduja told Shine Jacob electric vehicles are the future of the company.

What follows is edited interview with Hinduja.

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First Published: May 19 2022 | 10:27 PM IST

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