MUMBAI – After a year of global economic turmoil, India’s consumers now are feeling confident enough to trade in their old cars for new. Auto makers and their dealers are beginning to replenish inventories, and component makers are ready to reap the benefits. General Motors India Ltd. and Ford India Ltd., in particular, are returning to earlier commitments that were postponed until the economic picture cleared. Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally traveled to India last week to unveil the ...
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