TABLE-India's Maruti Suzuki Nov sales up 12.5 pct

Sat Dec 1, 2012 4:37pm IST

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Dec 1 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki India Ltd's 
vehicle sales in November:
                     Nov 2012     Nov 2011    pct chg
    TOTAL SALES           103,200      91,772       12.5  
    DOMESTIC SALES         90,882      82,870        9.7      
    PASSENGER CARS         74,793      73,078        2.3     
    EXPORTS                12,318       8,902       38.4       
       
    NOTE: Maruti Suzuki India, controlled by Japan's Suzuki
Motor Corp, is India's largest carmaker and also makes
commercial vehicles.  
    The carmaker suffered supply delays in September 2011 on
strikes at its Manesar plant that affected its sales volume in
October 2011.

 (Reporting by Suvashree Dey Choudhhury in MUMBAI; Editing by
Keiron Henderson)
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