NEW DELHI – India’s long-anticipated new auto industry policy is being hailed as a breakthrough in helping India to become an international manufacturing hub for affordable small cars and components. In an effort to remain within the World Trade Organization framework, the government has withdrawn its appeal of the WTO ruling on Indian policies of local content and export obligations and has brought its policies in line with the ruling. It now wants to promote Indian small cars and ...

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