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Exports to the Rescue

Smaller car makers are increasingly tapping the export market to stay relevant in India.

In 2006, when the government introduced an excise duty structure for cars based on length and engine capacity that continues till this day, the industry was up in arms. Manufacturers wanted a level playing field for all

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