India's Tata Motors says believes worst has passed

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MUMBAI, Jan 30 (Reuters) - India's top vehicle maker, Tata Motors Ltd , expects better results in the current quarter, and believes December quarter was a trough that it is coming out of, its managing director said on Friday. "I do believe we had the worst in the December quarter, and don't expect to see anything like that. We are on a positive trend, and on the ascendancy curve," Ravi Kant told reporters. The chief financial officer said the the company is in discussions with banks to ...

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