MARKET ANALYSIS: INDIA: Car sales slowed in 2005
Indian domestic passenger car sales growth slowed down to single digit levels in 2005. The slowdown in sales was attributable to multiple factors including natural disasters in various parts of the country including floods. Other factors that had a negative impact on sales were the introduction of new stringent emission norms (Euro III) which led to an increase in vehicle costs and prices. Passenger car costs also increased due to increase in manufacturing input costs, mostly steel.
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