SAHIBABAD, India, April 29 (Reuters) - Bajaj Auto Ltd, India's second biggest two-wheeler maker, expects its sales volumes to grow by over 10-12 percent in the financial year ending March 2005, its executive director said on Thursday. "We expect the two-wheeler industry to grow by 10-12 percent, plus or minus two percent, and we will outgrow that," Sanjiv Bajaj told reporters after inaugurating a company showroom on the outskirts of New Delhi.
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