MUMBAI – Although the Indian car market saw relatively slow growth of 6% last year, the commercial vehicle market shot up 27%, light commercial vehicles 32% and motorcycles by a whopping 45%. AB Volvo, so far, is only truck maker to venture into India's commercial market. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that auto makers now are trying to diversify, making forays into the fast-growing commercial vehicle segment. India’s Tata Engineering already was a truck and bus maker ...
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