TROY, MI – Despite its growing global stature, highlighted by its acquisition last month of the Jaguar and Land Rover brands from Ford Motor Co., Tata Motors Ltd. is in no rush to introduce its namesake brand to the U.S., one analyst says. “I personally don’t think it will go beyond Jaguar and Land Rover for the time being,” Anjan Chatterjee, senior advisor-automotive for Chanin Capital Partners, tells attendees here at a Society of Automotive Analysts roundtable on India, dismissing the ...
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