MUMBAI – It has taken the Volkswagen Group a decade to make a slow and hesitant entry into the Indian market. The rollout began with Skoda in 2001 and was followed by Audi in 2007 and the Volkswagen brand, itself, in 2009. VW India rapidly has gathered momentum in the last two years and now has ambitious plans to reach at least a 7% market share in the next four years. On a recent visit here, VW CEO Martin Winterkorn said the German auto maker aims to capture 20% of the Indian market by ...
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