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An inside look at JLR’s bottom line

A strong performance from JLR is more important than ever for its parent company Tata Motors, which continues to battle against headwinds in India. Automotive World speaks with Moody's on the forces at work behind the latest results

Half way through its financial year and Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) remains solidly on track to reach its targets, despite heavy investment expenses and weaker than expected results in North America. Strength at the British marquee is more important than ever for its parent company Tata Motors, which continues to battle against headwinds in India. Automotive World spoke with Yasmina Serghini-Douvin, Moody’s lead analyst for Jaguar Land Rover, on the forces at work behind the latest results.

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