NEW DELHI – Fuel prices are taking their toll on consumers and causing volatility in India’s new-car market. India's vehicle fuels are expensive and are taking a toll on family budgets. Plus they restrain the car market, making it volatile. But help may be coming from two converging sides: the federal government’s attempt to privatize two state-owned domestic oil companies and the appearance of foreign competition wanting to do business in India. The government is trying to ...

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