PUNE – DaimlerChrysler AG’s presence in India is modest in comparison with its operations in China and the Asia/Pacific region. The auto maker has invested a mere $125 million in India, and last year’s sales were only 1,150 units. But that’s about to change. The company now says it expects 2003 sales to jump 40% and turnover to rise to $75 million. There also are plans to attract high-end buyers with the introduction of the luxurious Maybach in June 2004, with a likely price tag of ...
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