INDIA: JLR boosts Tata to estimate-beating Q4 results
A rise in profits at British luxury vehicle unit Jaguar Land Rover was not enough to offset an overall fall in fourth fiscal quarter after tax earnings at parent Tata Motors. Nonetheless, results were ahead of analysts' estimates.
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