* Tata says Nano to launch on March 23 * taking bookings in April * expects delays as production disrupted by plant protests (Adds background, analyst comments) MUMBAI, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The Nano, slated to be the world's cheapest car at under $2,000, will finally go on sale in April after months of delay caused by problems at its main production plant. Tata Motors , India's largest vehicle maker, said on Thursday it would formally launch the Nano on March 23, and buyers could start ...
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