India's Bajaj expects 2.2 mln vehicle sales in FY06

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MUMBAI, Feb 23 (Reuters) - India's second-biggest motorcycle maker, Bajaj Auto Ltd. , said on Thursday it expects vehicle sales to hit 2.2 million units in the year to March 2006, up from 1.6 million units a year earlier. Bajaj also said it would launch a motorcycle in the value segment next quarter and launch four other ungeared scooters and motorcycles in the year to March 2007. The Pune-based company said it plans to further expand its manufacturing capacity of its motorcycles next ...

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