NEW DELHI, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Indian auto-parts exports will leap by 25 to 30 percent this financial year, rebounding from their worst annual performance in nearly a decade, as the global economy improves, an industry official said on Thursday. K. Vasant Shetty, vice-president of the Automtive Component Manufacturers Association, told Reuters auto-parts exports in 2001/02 grew just 2.5 percent as a slowing world vehicle industry and the September 11 air attacks dried up orders. "The ...
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