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THE APRIL-JUNE 2022 ISSUE

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Passenger car sales in India are in top gear in the H1 Quarter of 2022.  This is a good omen for the entire industry. A record sales of 1.8 million units despite component shortages and high inflation augurs well in the face of demand for personal mobility driven remaining strong.  Automakers are sitting on a heap of orders between 7 - 8 lacs units.  In the next few months too we will continue to see this kind of high demand. Midsize and premium vehicles are driving much of the sales rather than entry-level cars.

The publishing industry is languishing because of an uncontrollable rise in the cost of paper and other inputs. Undeterred by these stumbling blocks






Economic Challenger has brought forward its new issue with renewed vigor.


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