MUMBAI – India’s Tata Motors Ltd. and family-owned French research company Moteur Development International (MDI) have signed an agreement for further development and refinement of a zero-emissions compressed-air technology (CAT) engine. Tata is India’s largest vehicle maker, with revenues of $5.5 billion in the last fiscal year. It is the leader in commercial vehicles and the second largest seller of passenger vehicles. The company also is the world’s fifth-largest medium- and heavy-truck ...

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