Maruti Suzuki, India's largest passenger car manufacturer, on Saturday announced that it had sold 108,000 units in July, 88.2 per cent more than June 2020.
The numbers are dispatch from the manufacturer to their dealers and don’t reflect retail sales.
While it is a sign of recovery, Maruti executives said that the numbers primarily indicate that supply side issues like availability of workforce and raw material supply has largely been addressed.
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