Nearly 13 years after the acquisition of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), Tata Motors continues to grapple in a bid to put its business on the path of sustained profitability. While its domestic business has lost money in 23 of the last 35 quarters, including the latest quarters, its British subsidiary JLR has reported losses in seven of the last 13 quarters.
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First Published: Tue, August 03 2021. 06:01 IST