MUMBAI – India’s auto makers look to next month’s Auto Expo 2012 to be a game-changer after months of stagnant or falling sales. With 60 high-profile model launches new to India slated for the 5-day event in New Delhi, they expect 2 million visitors to scrutinize their new products and see and examine the more than 1,000 models on display over 1.35 million sq.-ft. (125,000 sq.-m) of floor space. None of the car companies are looking to the Expo for a sales boost. But ...

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