MUMBAI – Tata Managing Director Karl Slym in June launched a new, customer-focused strategy for India’s second-largest auto maker. But Tata has much ground to regain. Tata’s domestic light-vehicle sales declined 25.2% through July to 298,654 units, according to WardsAuto data. Market share was 16.4%, down from 20.2% prior-year. The auto maker reports a fiscal-2013 profit of just Rs3 billion ($49 million), a fraction of the Rs22.4 billion ($367 million) profit recorded ...

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