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Auto sector crisis: GST cut for a short period will kick start industry, says SIAM
2 days ago
Vishnu Mathur, the director general of SIAM, said, “Passenger car sales are down this time by almost 36 percent and passenger vehicles overall is down by almost 31 percent."
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