MUMBAI – Jaguar Land Rover appears to be in the midst of a significant rebound since being acquired by Tata Motors Ltd. in 2008. Fiscal-2011 first-quarter results released this month (April-June 2010) indicate a 64.9% increase in sales to 59,200 Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. Revenues jumped 101% to £2.3 billion ($3.6 billion) for the U.K.-based arm, and operating margins rose to 15.5% in the quarter, compared to a -3% year-ago. JLR is running at 80% capacity utilization, as key ...
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