MUMBAI, April 30 (Reuters) - Chinese car maker Chery Automobiles is likely to partner India's International Cars & Motors Ltd. to roll out its small car in India next year, the Business Standard reported on Monday. International Cars chairman L.D. Mittal was negotiating with several compact car makers, and did not deny that Chery was one of them, the paper said. "We are planning to launch a premium hatchback in the 300,000-400,000 rupees ($7,250-$9,650) price range, which is the ...
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