NEW DELHI — Sales for India's automakers result in a mixed bag for May, with domestic leader Maruti Udyog Ltd. posting the strongest results. Maruti's May sales were up 21% year-on-year, to 31,140 units. The company, an equal joint venture between the Indian government and Suzuki Motor Corp., says its market share soared to 62% in May, from 50.3% a year ago. Honda Motor Co. Ltd.'s Indian unit posted a 15% increase year-on-year on increased sales of the City car, its only ...

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