MUMBAI – Exports are shoring up India’s foundering auto industry, thanks to global manufacturers shipping cars overseas at a much higher rate than the four biggest domestic automakers. Automakers in India exported 593,507 cars and utility vehicles in the fiscal year that ended March 31, up 6.1% from the prior year, as reported by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers. A 0.6% uptick in car exports was overshadowed by a 298.6% spike in utility shipments. Domestic sales in ...

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