MUMBAI – Expanding its product mix in India is paying big dividends for Toyota Kirloskar, which is ramping up production to keep pace with skyrocketing sales. In 2010, according to Ward’s data, the auto maker’s total light-vehicle sales rose 37.5% to 83,184. In the first six months of 2011, car deliveries, alone, soared 420% to 26,534 units. Including light trucks, Toyota Kirloskar saw an overall rise to 57,404 sales. This, despite one month of production cuts, due to the parts shortage ...

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