MUMBAI – General Motors India Ltd. has completed adding additional capacity to its Talegaon plant, bringing annual output capability to 140,000 units at a cost of Rs13.5 billion ($272.2 million). The auto maker also is investing Rs9 billion ($181 million) in an engine and transmission operation that is expected to go on line soon. GM India Vice President Ankush Arora says in a statement the additional capacity means the auto maker will be able to offer more small cars, including a new ...

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