MUMBAI – Maruti Suzuki sold only 77% of the cars it produced in the April-July period, driving up inventories at plants and in dealer showrooms. Deliveries in July, alone, including exports, tumbled 34.7%, according to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers’ data. Export sales have been particularly hard hit this year, falling by 10,000 units to 130,000 through July. The end of scrappage programs in the European Union and the current financial crisis in that region have ...
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