By on November 9, 2011

Car sales in India got it under the chin in October. In October 2011, sales of passenger cars were down 23.77 percent, utility vehicles were up a hair at 0.41 percent, sales of vans decelerated by 17.57 percent.

Pretty much the only thing that is up is overall automobile exports, which registered a growth of 14.55 percent, the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) says.

 

 

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