Ford India continued its
growth trajectory in May 2017 with a steady rise in combined domestic
wholesales and exports to 23,503 vehicles from 17,279 vehicles in the
corresponding month last year. May domestic wholesales stood at 6,742 vehicles,
up from 5,780 units, while exports grew to 16,761 vehicles from 11,499 units in
the same month last year.
Midst uncertainties caused in
the wake of the final notification on GST, Ford has continued to grow faster
than the industry,” said Anurag Mehrotra, Ford India’s newly appointed Managing
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