GENEVA – Indian auto maker Tata Engineering and Locomotive Co. Ltd.’s contract to rebadge its Indica 5-door hatchback for MG Rover as the Rover 15 will raise production of the model to about 150,000 units annually in 2004. Tata will produce 30,000 Indicas annually for MG Rover. Tata, at $10 billion in sales, is India's largest industrial concern and is getting more than 20% of its revenue from its automotive division, says Ratan Tata, chairman of the group. He introduced a ...

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