MUMBAI – India’s auto makers saw a gloomy November, as combined sales and exports slipped 8.2% to 134,811 units. Eight years of strong and continuous growth appear to be in jeopardy, despite increasing vehicle discounts. Many auto makers have cut production and prices, delayed new-model launches or postponed investment plans. Some estimates value dealers’ bloated inventories at Rs10 billion ($209 million). Deliveries of utility vehicles dropped 39.5% to 17,145 units. Sales in all other ...

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