Going global: India's Mahindra races for Aston Martin


By Sumeet Chatterjee and Tony Munroe MUMBAI, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Sports car maker Aston Martin may look like a shiny trophy that makes an awkward fit for Mahindra and Mahindra, the world's biggest tractor maker, but it would help the Indian group realise a long-standing ambition to be a global player. Despite its efforts, Mahindra has had a hard time building a presence outside India, where its boxy jeeps and trucks are the top sellers in the utility market. ...

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