NEW DELHI – India’s top commercial truck and bus maker now is sharing its dealership network with Italy’s Fiat Auto SpA. Tata, which also builds passenger cars and SUVs, will manage the marketing, sales and distribution of Fiat cars through its own dealerships, the largest network in the country. This marks the first step in an alliance made official Jan. 13 that calls for the joint research, design and development, manufacturing and marketing of Tata and Fiat cars in India. The ...
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