MANCHESTER, VT – Tata Motors Ltd. has placed its full support behind its Land Rover operation, green-lighting $600 million for the development of the truck maker’s ’10 lineup and another $1.3 billion to develop environmentally friendly technologies with sister company Jaguar Cars. “Tata is here for the long-term; they bought us for a long-term return,” Land Rover Managing Director Phil Popham tells Ward’s. “They’ve put a lot of working capital into us.” But finding the necessary funds to ...

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