A federal judge in Atlanta is allowing fraud claims by five U.S. auto dealers to proceed against the U.S. subsidiary of India's largest automotive manufacturer in a suit stemming from a failed deal to sell Indian-made sports utility vehicles and pickups in the U.S. Scorpio SUVs (above) being assembled in India: Mahindra's inability to win U.S. emissions approval for selling the vehicles here has led to complicated litigation in an Atlanta federal court.
Claims of carmaker's fraud clear first hurdle
March 20, 2013
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