The India auto market joined the 1 million-vehicle club through record sales in 2003, but that’s cold comfort for General Motors Corp., which only managed a 1.3% market share. “We need to find a way to carve out more of the Indian market,” says Fritz Henderson, president-GM Asia/Pacific. Some believe India is poised to become the next China – the hot emerging market where auto makers must have a presence in order to succeed. But unlike China, where GM has established itself as a top-tier ...

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