MUMBAI – Car and utility vehicle exports and auto parts supplies to global companies are providing a new dimension to India’s auto industry. The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) reports Indian car makers are doing better in foreign markets than at home. Vehicle exports in the last four years have jumped 157%, from 28,000 units to 72,000. Market analysts CLSA estimates they will reach 180,000 in another two years. Ford Ikon leads vehicle exports in India. The ...

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