India car sales speed up NEW DELHI — India reports a 55.8% jump in automotive sales during the previous fiscal year, thanks to the many new entries to the passenger car market. The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers says sales rose to 638,815 units in the period from April 1999-March 2000 over the previous fiscal year. Analysts say, however, that this level of growth won't last unless automakers upgrade models and launch new cars. Some automakers already have seen a sales slowdown. ...

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