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Tata enters Bolivian commercial vehicle market.

Auto Business News-September 27, 2016--Tata enters Bolivian commercial vehicle market

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Auto Business News - 27 September 2016

Tata Motors Limited (NYSE: TTM), an India-based automaker, has entered the Bolivian commercial vehicle market with the launch of three vehicles in the country.

The company has entered Bolivia through a distribution agreement with local partner, Bolivian Auto Motors, which is part of Salvatierra, a business conglomerate engaged in distribution of motor vehicles and motor cycles in the Latin American country.

Through this partnership, the automaker has introduced three commercial vehicles in the Bolivian market, the Tata SuperAce Petrol, Tata Xenon Petrol and Tata LPT 613 truck, all of which will be presently available in Santa Cruz and will soon be available in La Paz and Cochabamba.

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