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MUMBAI – New products reflecting quicker responses to changing customer preferences are helping India’s auto industry show signs of recovery after two difficult years. New-car sales jumped 14.7% in June compared with year-ago, WardsAuto data shows. That eased the decline in the first six months of the year to 1.1%, based on 946,008 deliveries. Light-truck sales have not seen such a recovery. Deliveries in June fell 3.3% year-on-year to 92,131, only slightly tempering a 14.4% ...
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