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The tiny Tata Nano

Robin Lustig | 00:07 UK time, Friday, 11 January 2008

The Indian Tata group have unveiled what they say is the world's cheapest car: the Nano, on sale at a mere 2,500 US dollars. If they sell a million of them in the first year, which they say they will, what will that do to pollution, congestion, and global warming? Some interesting thoughts from Indian bloggers -- and a picture of the little beast -- on the Global Voices website here.


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