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Old 13th March 2013, 22:17   #16
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But isn't the growth at JLR is mainly driven by the emerging markets - China, Russia, et al? IIRC, China is their biggest market now, surpassing even Britain.

Apparently the rise in sales (18%) was driven by growing sales in North America(20%), UK(15%) and Asia Pacific (20%) - China sales actually decreased, and European sales just went up by 6%. While China seems to be contributing an increasing role in their sales (12% in 2011, 16.7% in 2013) , their ability to sustain growth in the developed market is the more interesting part.

To compare, Only BMW has seen this sort of sales growth for this time period(And that too a lesser amount despite higher sales growth from China) while Audi has had only a marginal increase, and Mercedes Benz has actually slipped

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Same story in July. JLR sold 31,611 passenger cars....Tata Motors a mere 10,824.

Don't forget how much more profitable an Evoque is than an Indica!
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Tata Motor's balance sheet clearly depends fairly heavily on JLR's performance:

Tata Motors, the country’s largest automobile company by revenue, has seen its consolidated net profit shrink by 96 per cent in the third quarter on a steep decline in profit at its overseas unit Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and higher losses in domestic operations.
The decline is higher than what was expected. Polls of analysts had suggested that the fall will be in the range of 25-35 per cent. The company had reported consolidated profits of Rs 2,953 crore in the third quarter (Q3) of FY16.
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