MUMBAI, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki , India's largest carmaker, is on track to sell one million vehicles in the current year to March on the back of rebounding economy but sees the next year challenging on rising raw material prices and a possible roll back of government stimulus package. Chairman R.C Bhargava said the company, which sells one of every two cars in India and dominates the compact car segment, would have to look at the tax impact if the government withdraws incentives. ...
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