STOCKHOLM, June 28 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co.'s Volvo Car Corp. said on Wednesday it would begin selling cars in India during the fourth quarter of this year. The company said it would introduce its S80 and XC90 models, and planned to begin selling more models in the Indian market "in due course". "India is experiencing very favourable economic growth with low inflation and a stable currency," the company noted in a statement. "Total new car sales on the Indian market are expected to ...
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