MUMBAI – Auto makers sold 267,034 light vehicles in India in January, marking the highest ever total for any month. More importantly, the growth was achieved in the face of rising interest rates, hiked seven times during the year by the Reserve Bank of India. But industry insiders point to warning signs suggesting growth will slow during the remainder of 2011. January saw auto makers post a 26.3% jump in car sales to 184,332 units and a 19.6% gain in light truck, van and utility ...

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