MUMBAI – Landing more than 200,000 orders for a new model in just two weeks would be a homerun for most any auto maker, but that volume falls well short of what analysts expected for the new Tata Nano. In the first 14 days, Tata Motors Ltd. booked 203,000 sales and collected Rs25 billion ($508 million) in revenue, overall a disappointment for Tata. Analysts were projecting 500,000-1 million orders for the model amid the launch hysteria that has surrounded India’s new small car for the ...
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