LUCKNOW, India, May 25 (Reuters) - India's biggest truck maker, Tata Motors Ltd. , plans to invest 3.5 billion rupees ($76 million) to more than treble capacity at its commercial vehicle plant in northern India, a top official said. The plant at Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh state, has a capacity to make 30,000 medium and heavy trucks a year, which will be raised to about 100,000 units by the fiscal year to March 2008, Managing Director Ravi Kant told reporters on Thursday. New York-listed ...
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