The alliance between India’s Tata Motors Ltd. and Fiat Auto SpA may be expanded beyond passenger cars to the commercial-vehicle market. Published reports says Fiat’s commercial unit, Iveco SpA, a previous partner of Ashok Leyland Ltd., is part of the discussions between the two auto makers. The proposed tie-up would give Tata access to European technology at a time when its domestic competition is increasing. Iveco, in turn, would gain entry into India’s growing market in order to become ...

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