MUMBAI – General Motors India Ltd. led India’s January growth, with passenger-vehicle deliveries, including sales and exports, up 45.7% over year-ago. Maruti Udyog Ltd. also was a strong performer, with its highest-ever monthly deliveries of 65,341 units representing a 30.4% increase. For April through January of the current fiscal year, total industry deliveries rose 20.7% to 1.28 million passenger vehicles. Of those, cars totaled 1.03 million units and utility vehicles accounted for ...

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