NEW DELHI — A ruling by India's Supreme Court comes as a relief to the nation's automakers. The court lifted a cap on the number of monthly car sales in and around Delhi, as long as those vehicles comply with European emission standards. Delhi accounts for more than 20% of the nation's automotive market. The court had previously imposed a ceiling of 1,500 car sales a month around the nation's capital, when it ordered all new cars to conform to Euro I emissions standards. The court is ...

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