NEW DELHI, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The Indian government has approved a technology supply agreement between the Indian unit of Japan's Toyota Motor Corp and its parent to make a new multi-utility vehicle, a government statement said on Monday. Toyota Kirloskar Motor, held 99 percent by the Japanese giant, entered the Indian market in 2000 and makes the Qualis utility vehicle and the Corolla sedan at its plant on the outskirts of the southern city of Bangalore. It also imports the Camry ...
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