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India: rental companies offer cars as low as 73 cents/hour


The country is one of the most promising emerging markets in the Asian region and with the population currently switching from two to four-wheel transportation, affordability is one of the key elements. So, no wonder that automakers very active on the market try to offer very cheap alternatives to the up and coming middle-class that used to spend almost nothing on ...
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