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Photographers take pictures of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

Photographers take pictures of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

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Chairman of Tata Group Ratan Tata poses in front of a Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

Chairman of Tata Group Ratan Tata poses in front of a Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

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A Tata Nano car made of gold is pictured during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

A Tata Nano car made of gold is pictured during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

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People watch the unveiling of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

People watch the unveiling of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

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