FRANKFURT, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Indian utility vehicle maker Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd wants to decide within months of its U.S. market launch whether to set up an assembly plant there, the head of its automotive division told Reuters. "By mid-2010 we want to make a decision about whether to produce in the U.S. or not," Pawan Goenka said on Tuesday on the sidelines of the Frankfurt Motor Show. Mahindra, which already sells tractors to U.S. farmers, plans to bring its pickup trucks to ...
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