MUMBAI – Tata Motors Ltd. has seen the future and it is now. Like a Bengal tiger stretching its limbs, India’s largest passenger-car and commercial-vehicle maker is secure in the knowledge that global might is within its reach. Yet, nothing can be taken for granted and much still needs to be done. Tata, credited for putting India on the automotive map by designing and developing its own range of Indica small passenger cars, reportedly stood among the top-10 wealth creators in the ...

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