Amara Raja sees FYO9 revenues grow 35 pct


MUMBAI, May 28 (Reuters) - Batteries maker Amara Raja Batteries expects a 35 percent year on year growth in FY09 revenue driven by its recently launched two wheeler batteries business and volume growth in its auto batteries, a senior official said. India's second largest battery maker after Exide Industries Ltd , expects a revenue of 400 million rupees from its two wheeler batteries business and will initially make about 1 million units this year, said Ganesh Swaminathan, head, automotive, ...

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