MADRID – Indian auto maker Mahindra and Spain’s CIE Automotive sign an agreement that could create an automotive components supply network with combined annual sales of $3 billion with operations in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. CIE, through its Brazilian affiliate Autometal, will acquire from Mahindra a stake in the Indian auto maker’s listed and unlisted companies belonging to its Systech Automotive Component business. CIE will contribute its forging ...

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