Which of the two would you prefer as your preferred after-sale service provider?

There is a big gap between the two, says a top industry official.

The top official of the government’s after-selling service sector said in a public interview that both of the services have a strong track record in the country.

According to the official, one of the most promising areas is in the areas of logistics and logistics related services.

“But one of them is a little bit less mature,” the official said.

“But I will say that both have a very good track record.”

The official was asked to comment on a report by The Times of India in March that the government is trying to woo companies to start offering after-shares.

The report said the government had been looking at the after-service service sector and was also trying to set up a regulator.

A few days later, the minister, Manish Tewari, said the country is in a transition phase and it will be a while before it becomes a full-fledged industry.

“The Government is working on a lot of initiatives, including introducing new tax incentives,” Tewar said at a press conference.

Tewari did not elaborate on what those initiatives might be, but he said the ministry is planning to create a regulatory body to regulate after-services.

However, this is a far cry from the previous government’s promise of setting up a regulatory agency to regulate the industry.

The government had made the promise in 2005 when it was trying to create the market for the aftercare and healthcare services.

The government said it was working on creating a regulatory mechanism for the sector in the coming months.

In its report, The Times said that the new government would likely look to set-up an after-sells regulator, but a regulatory authority will have to come up with regulations and the regulator would need to be approved by the government.

The regulator would have to issue licences for companies to sell products and services to consumers.