RPT-India's Bajaj says 4-wheeler is 'huge opportunity'


(Repeats story issued in U.S. on Monday) NEW YORK, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Bajaj Auto Ltd.'s recently announced plans to build a four-wheel vehicle to transport goods within a city are based on the changing nature of transportation in India and present a "huge opportunity," a senior company executive said on Monday. The niche for small four-wheeled goods carriers is new and Bajaj rival Tata Motors Ltd. has an advantage because it was first in the market, said Sanjiv Bajaj, executive director ...

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