MUMBAI – Indian auto makers are asking for the tax relief they didn’t get in the government’s 2013-2014 fiscal-year budget. The spending plan increases excise duties on SUVs and some luxury cars from 27% to 30%. The government also raised tariffs on completely built-up imports of super-luxury models from 75% to 100%, changes that effectively translate into a tax rate going from 119% to 136%. The actual tax hikes range between Rs15,000 and Rs100,000 ($280 to $1,850) ...

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