India backs Tata to make defence vehicles-paper


NEW DELHI, June 21 (Reuters) - Tata Motors Ltd , India's largest truck and bus maker, has won a licence from the government to manufacture defence-related vehicles such as troop carriers, a newspaper reported on Monday. The Business Standard, quoting unnamed sources, said the licence also covered the manufacture of light armoured multi-role vehicles, special attack surveillance vehicles and high mobility vehicles. The report said the permit was an assurance that the government would buy ...

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