MUMBAI – India’s auto makers sold 2,395,922 passenger vehicles, including exports, during the fiscal year ending March 31 for a 26.9% gain on prior-year, marking the largest annual increase since 29% in 2004, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers reports. The result makes India the second-fastest-growing vehicle market after China. The strong sales are credited to new small cars, premium models at more affordable prices and cash in the hands of buyers. Exports rose 32.9% last ...
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