MUMBAI – Auto recalls were rare in India as recently as 2010. But in the past three years, greater awareness of industrywide practices, a focus on consumer rights, a new emphasis on law enforcement and the presence of leading global automakers in the country have resulted in more than 1 million voluntary recalls of  light vehicles. Sensing the pulse of the market and displaying a long-term vision, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers in 2012 introduced a voluntary code ...

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