MUMBAI – It might be easy to envision diesel-powered light vehicles capturing an ever-larger share of the Indian market as they become increasingly cleaner and more fuel-efficient. But auto makers here are putting their investments in diesel-engine production on hold and growing numbers of consumers are delaying their car-buying plans while the government decides whether to maintain its increasingly burdensome subsidies on diesel fuel. Sales of diesel cars, multipurpose vehicles ...

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