MUMBAI – India's domestic sales and exports of cars, utility vehicles and vans climbed 12.4% vs. year-ago to 93,266 units in April. The growth came despite the country's launch of a value-added tax, which pushed up prices of some vehicles, and tougher emissions regulations in the month. Hyundai Motor India Ltd. was the clear winner, as sales and exports jumped 121% over like-2004 to 19,915 units. The auto maker says it sold 14,552 Santro hatchbacks. General Motors India Ltd. saw sales ...
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