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JLR’s Tata Connect

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February 14: In 2008 Tata Motors bought Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) for 1.3 billion pounds, until then the luxury carmaker had had quite a tough ride. When Tata Motors had stepped in to rescue JLR, many felt that they paid too heavy a price for it. But JLR’s sales figures over the years have proved the skeptics wrong. Watch as Mini Menon tries to find out what worked for the company, in this exclusive conversation with Ralf Speth, CEO, JLR.