The Indica is on a roll. The Egyptian government is the latest to approach Indian auto maker Tata Engineering and Locomotive Co. Ltd. (TELCO) about a deal involving its new Indica hatchback, which it would like to use as the basis for an “Arab Car” project. Egypt’s bid comes on the heels of TELCO’s export drive for the Indica, which has led to talks about sharing the Indica platform with U.K.’s Rover Cars Ltd. and building the car in Iran through a local assembler. The Egyptian ...

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