NEW DELHI, May 23 (Reuters) - India's largest truck maker, Tata Engineering & Locomotive Co Ltd (TELCO), said on Friday it expects volume sales of commercial vehicles to grow by nine to 10 percent in 2003/04. "We expect industry sales to grow by seven to eight percent and we should do better than that, close to nine to 10 percent," Ravi Kant, executive director of TELCO's commercial vehicles business unit, told Reuters on the sidelines of a news conference.
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