MUMBAI – India’s domestic light-vehicle sales and exports rose a combined 19.3% to 163,324 units in May, compared with year-ago, before fuel prices were raised in June. Passenger-car sales rose 18.0% in the month, while utilities climbed 25.4% and exports surged 42.0%, compared with prior-year. Hyundai Motor India Ltd. led the rally, with deliveries rising 51.1% ahead of like-2007, to 40,261 units. Tata Motors Ltd. placed second, up 16.8% to 22,113, followed by Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., ...

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