NEW DELHI, Nov 30 (Reuters) - India's tractor industry, the world's biggest by unit sales, reported a 42.6 percent rise in shipments in the first seven months of this business year to March 2005, industry data showed on Tuesday. Data from the Tractor Manufacturers' Association (TMA) showed the combined sales of 12 manufacturers in April-October jumped to 140,181 units from 98,327 in the same period a year ago. The rise in sales was spread across all horsepower segments. India's ...
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