* Auto parts firms seek duty cut on raw materials * Sector asks for rise in duty on imported products * Analysts expect a "neutral" budget for the sector By Aniruddha Basu MUMBAI, June 30 (Reuters) - India's auto parts industry is hoping for duty concessions on raw materials and an increase in customs duty on imported products in the federal budget in July, industry officials and analysts said. "From an industry perspective everyone would like customs duties to be lowered as much ...
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