MUMBAI – Jaguar Land Rover has been a money-maker since its acquisition by Tata, to the point where it is propping up the Indian auto maker financially. Now, a new management team is aiming for Tata to stand on its own with a refreshed product lineup. Despite turning around debt-ridden JLR and enjoying continued success with its commercial- vehicles division, Tata car sales, market share and revenues have been falling steadily over the past four years. India’s No.2 auto ...

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