KARACHI, Pakistan – The auto industry here is scrambling to close the gap between supply and demand that has new car buyers waiting two to six months to take delivery. The shortfall is pegged at 40,000 vehicles and has some manufacturers reportedly looking to double production here. The market is expected to push local production toward 150,000 units this year and on to 200,000 vehicles in 2006, depending on economic conditions and government policy. Suzuki Baleno 1.6 Kenichi ...
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