MUMBAI – India’s domestic new-car sales climbed 11.3% to 82,934 units in April, compared with year-ago’s 74,542, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers reports, but Indian auto makers still were disappointed. That’s because April’s overall growth was the second slowest in 14 months, following a 7.4% rise in vehicles sales for March. Total passenger-vehicle deliveries of 120,220 units (domestic and export) in April represented an 8.7% increase month over month but reflected less ...

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