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Jaguar Land Rover helps drive Tata

India's Tata Motors capped a bumper fiscal year with a 139 percent rise in quarterly net profit. ||| India's Tata Motors capped a bumper fiscal year with a 139 percent rise in quarterly net profit, boosted by exceptional items and as emerging market demand for its Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) vehicles offset lacklustre performance at its core domestic business. JLR's growth in overseas markets - it sells imports in India and recently began assembling some Land Rover models there - has helped insulate Tata from a sluggish domestic car market which grew just 2.
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