MUMBAI, June 23 (Reuters) - Tata Motors , India's largest vehicle maker, said on Tuesday that 55,021 applicants for its Nano who missed out on an allotment of the first 100,000 units of the small car had retained their bookings. The company said it expects to complete delivery of the first 100,000 Nanos, the world's cheapest car, by the last quarter of 2010. The company raised $500 million in April from consumer bookings for the Nano. [ID:nBOM492889]. (Reporting by Prashant Mehra; ...
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