Tata Daewoo launches heavy truck in South Korea


BOMBAY, June 11 (Reuters) - Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co Ltd launched on Friday a new heavy truck in South Korea, the first new model the company has introduced since India's Tata Motors bought Daewoo's truck unit in March. The fully owned South Korean subsidiary of Tata Motors, the world's sixth-largest truck maker, launched the 'Novus' heavy truck, designed to meet current environmental standards known as Euro III, the Indian company said in a statement. Tata Motors Chairman Ratan ...

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