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Sept 5, 2008: Celebrating Automobility - Four wheels for alls
Liberty Institute, India Friday, September 05, 2008

Press Release
The year 2008 is significant for two motoring reasons. It is the centenary of Ford's Model T, first launched in 1908, and which brought automobility within the grasp of the masses. This is also the year when the world is anticipating the Tata Nano. Liberty Institute is assessing the impact of increasing automobility, with the publication of the paper "Four Wheels for All", by Sauvik Chakraverti. Murad Ail Baig will be releasing the paper on 5 September 2008, at India International Centre, New Delhi.

Liberty Institute

&

Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit

 

 

Celebrating Automobility

From Ford's Model T (1908) to Tata Nano (2008)

Murad Ali Baig

will release

Four Wheels for All
by

Sauvik Chakraverti


Chairman: Mohit Satyanand

 

Venue: India International Centre, New Delhi

Date: 5 September 2008            

 

Time: 6 pm

 

 

RSVP.

Liberty Institute, New Delhi

Telefax: 91-11-28031309

Email: <LibertyInstitute@gmail.com>

 

 

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Four Wheels for All

Four Wheels for All:

The case for the rapid automobilisation of India,

by

Sauvik Chakraverti

 

India has been gradually liberalising the automobile industry and opening it up to international competition. Today, the streets are awash with foreign brands, made in India. Yet, the launch of the Tata Nano has evoked horror from many environmentalists and town planners. They abhor the idea of universal car ownership in India.

 

This article was published in the Liberty Institute on Friday, September 05, 2008.
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