GENEVA – Tata Motors Co. Ltd. plans a major thrust into Europe in 2008, when its lineup of small cars and SUVs is strengthened. The Indian auto maker currently sells cars in the U.K., Spain and Italy. Last year, after partner MG Rover Ltd. went bankrupt, the company had to find new distributors, says David Saldanha, head of Tata‘s European Operations. In February, Tata began distributing Fiat Auto SpA cars in India in what could become a closer relationship. Although European sales ...

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