BOMBAY, Dec 20 (Reuters) - India's Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company Ltd (TELCO) said on Friday it has agreed to supply its homegrown Indica hatchback cars to the UK's MG Rover Group, to be sold under the Rover brand in Europe. TELCO , also India's largest truck and bus maker, is part of India's second largest business conglomerate, the Tata group. Under the agreement, the Tata Indica will be manufactured with MG Rover-specific modifications at TELCO's plant in Pune in western ...
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