Hero Honda Dec total sales up 2.1 pct

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BOMBAY, Jan 1 (Reuters) - India's biggest bikemaker Hero Honda Motors Ltd said on Wednesday total sales in December rose 2.14 percent to 125,116 units from a year earlier. A release on the company's Web site herohonda.com said domestic sales totalled 122,848 bikes compared with 121,601 a year ago while exports in December surged 152.6 percent to 2,268 bikes. Shares in the New Delhi-based company, in which Japan's Honda Motor Co and India's Munjal family each own 26 percent, rose 0.74 ...

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