MUMBAI – Sales of India’s passenger cars and utility vehicles, including exports, outperformed expectations in July, despite capacity constraints and rising costs. Deliveries sped 30.4% ahead of year-ago to 236,792 units, says Vishnu Mathur, director general of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers. July’s results continued the industry’s unbroken 15-month growth streak. For fiscal-year 2010 ended March 31, sales rose 26.9% compared with prior-year and were up 28.6% for the ...

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