MUMBAI – India’s car exports in 2001 rose by 105% to 42,400 units. The export thrust was led by Ford India, Maruti Udyog Ltd., Hyundai Motors India and Tata Engineering; but there was no consistency or continuity in their performance. "We have our exports that are offsetting the volumes lost in the domestic market at the moment," says Phil Spender, former managing director of Ford India. ANALYSIS India’s auto makers have been looking to foreign niche markets and ...
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