MUMBAI – India’s light-vehicle sales, including exports, maintained their positive tempo in April, rising 33% to 220,074, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers reports. The performance was in line with the market’s steady growth in first three months. Ford India Ltd. and General Motors India Ltd. were among the top-5 auto makers racing ahead of year-ago. Ford deliveries spiked 270.7% to 7,681 vehicles, while GM sales surged 119.8% to 10,601. Over the last 18 months, GM has ...
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