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“Worst-Case Scenario Is 5% Degrowth In Auto Volumes”

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July 26: With the auto sector seeing a major dip in demand and margins, Bloomberg TV India asks Ramanathan K., ED & CIO at ING Investment Management, to share his views on whether this sector’s troubles will continue. “Auto companies are hitting a demand roadblock and are worse off than the consumption space. The auto purchasing decision may be delayed but won’t be put off altogether, he says.