NEW DELHI – India's domestic passenger-car sales declined fractionally in June to 64,464 units. But a 21% jump in car exports and domestic utility vehicle sales helped overall deliveries grow 5% to 99,582 units. Yet, the auto industry is concerned with the slowing tempo. Increasing inventories at Maruti Udyog Ltd. and Hyundai Motor India Ltd. have led to some production slowdowns in the year. And other problems loom for auto makers here. The fiscal year's first-quarter (April-June) ...

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