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Tata Motors shareholders try to push the automaker on the New York Stock Exchange


India’s Tata Motors, the maker of the failed Nano – supposedly the world’s cheapest car – and the parent of British luxury maker Jaguar Land Rover is facing many challenges internally. Currently India, one of South-East Asia’s thriving economies has began to break down, which triggered a cascade decrease demand in the auto industry, which massively hit Tata Motors, now relying ...
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