Tata goes back to drawing board at stalled Indian car unit

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* Tata to spend $1.4 bln over next 5 years on car business * Mini SUV, diesel Nano to mark new push for struggling unit * Trucks and buses hogged limelight for Tata in past years * Sales and market share at car business falling By Henry Foy PIMPRI, India, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Deep in Tata Motors' largest factory, engineers don 3D glasses to play with car designs and prototypes projected from a 10-metre wide computer ...

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