Celerio making splash in otherwise dry Indian market.
MUMBAI – Expectations are running high that the new Indian government elected last week will shake up decades-old policies affecting the auto industry. Hopes have soared for a revival of automakers’ fortunes and, with them, welcome revenues. “Creation of jobs, moving manufacturing to a much faster rate of growth and good governance should be the priorities for the government,” Maruti Suzuki Chairman R.C. Bhargava says. Vikram Kirloskar, president of Society of Indian ...
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