MUMBAI – India’s May sales, including exports, of passenger cars and utility vehicles, rose 17% to more than 95,000 units, following 32% growth in April. Tata Motors Ltd. led the race with a 36% sales increase. Maruti Udyog Ltd. sold 45,000 vehicles, and SUV maker Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. saw a 12% jump in sales. Export sales of Hyundai Santro to Europe helped boost May sales. Although domestic sales of Hyundai Motor India Ltd. declined substantially, surging export sales of the ...
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