In a bid to cut costs, British car manufacturer MG Rover’s engine division, Powertrain Ltd, is driving into India for producing and sourcing 2.0 litre common rail diesel engines. These engines will be locally produced by Punjab-based International Cars and Motors.
A subsidiary of International Tractors, ICM is investing Rs 200 …
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