MUMBAI – Mahindra & Mahindra, a Rs330 trillion ($7 billion) company, is India’s largest utility-vehicle maker and the world’s largest tractor manufacturer. The auto maker’s total vehicle production in 2010 rose 8.48% to 301,470 units, according to Ward’s data, while sales climbed 9.34% to 283,923. In the last two years, Mahindra has opened a variety of ambitious growth routes through acquisitions, investments and development. The company plans to become a global auto maker for all ...

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