Tata Motors faced twin issues of chip shortage in subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover or JLR and lockdown in the India business which dented its operational performance in the June (Q1FY22) quarter. The company reported a 650 basis points sequential decline in earnings before interest, depreciation, taxes and amortisation to 7.9 per cent. Though the decline was sharp, it was better than what the street was working with due to favourable product mix.
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