MUMBAI – Continuing the 2004 upswing, January’s sales, including exports, of India’s cars and utility vehicles totaled 111,600 units. Sales for the first fiscal 10 months (April-January) were 1.02 million units, representing 21.8% growth compared with like-2004. But there was a down side for some auto makers. Three of the big four – Tata Motors Ltd., Hyundai Motor India Ltd. and Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. – accounted for nearly half the month’s sales at 54,207 units. Enjoying a 23% ...

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