MUMBAI, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Bajaj Auto Ltd. , India's second-biggest motorcycle maker, said on Friday sales in November rose 33 percent to 243,713 units from a year ago. Sales of motorcycles rose 36 percent to 214,321 units, while those of all two-wheelers grew 29 percent to 214,329 units, the company said in a statement. Sales of three-wheelers were up 71 percent at 29,384 units while exports rose 56 percent to 36,086.
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