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Car makers struggle in poor year for India's economy

14 September 2013 Last updated at 11:52 BST

It has been a bad year for India's economy, and its car makers have not escaped the fallout.

Consumers are short of cash, sales have sunk for the first time in 10 years and the cost of imported raw materials has gone up because of the weak rupee.

Now there are rumblings in the industry that the government should be doing more to help.

Yogita Limaye finds out what will it take to get the country's carmakers back on the road.

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