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Latest update : 2013-11-13

Tata plans relaunch for low-cost Nano in India

Tata's low-cost Nano car has failed to live up to expectations in India, prompting the company to invest in a relaunch. In Asia, markets have dropped after investors were left guessing over the details of China’s big meeting on economic strategy. And which is the priciest shopping street in the world? We have the details.

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