Analysts focus on funding and fit in Tata deal


By Sumeet Chatterjee and Hiral Vora MUMBAI, March 26 (Reuters) - Analysts welcomed the purchase by India's Tata Motors of Jaguar and Land Rover but voiced concern about the deal's funding and how the luxury car brands will fit into Tata's line-up of buses and cheap cars. Tata, which is to buy the iconic brands for $2.3 billion from Ford Motor Co , in January unveiled the Nano, the world's cheapest car at $2,500, due to go on sale later this year. "It would be interesting to see how ...

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