India's Tata AutoComp buys German parts company


MUMBAI, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Indian auto parts maker Tata AutoComp Systems Ltd. will buy German auto parts firm Wundsch Weidinger for 4 million euros ($4.9 million), Tata said on Wednesday. Tata AutoComp, a unit of India's top truck and bus maker Tata Motors Ltd. , said the acquisition would help build a stronger base for its interiors business globally. The Coburg, Bavaria-based firm, which filed for insolvency in March, produces plastic parts and systems. Its clients include Volkswagen , ...

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