MUMBAI – The crisis in the global and domestic financial and money markets are affecting auto makers in India differently. Indian car sales in November reportedly saw their biggest slide in eight years as high interest rates and tight credit began slowing one the world’s fastest-growing car markets. Combined domestic and export deliveries fell 8.2% to 134,811 units in the month. Auto makers are not seeking a government bailout, but they are asking for more liberal and inexpensive ...
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