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BENGALURU (Reuters) – India Tata Motors (NYSE 🙂 Ltd reported a loss for the first quarter on Monday as semiconductor shortages hampered the automaker's ability to capitalize on the pandemic-fueled demand for private vehicles.
Jaguar Land Rover's parent company (JLR) reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 44.51 billion ($ 598.04 million) for the quarter ended June 30, compared to a loss of Rs 84.38 billion a year earlier.
The luxury automobile maker's business in several key markets was impacted by the pandemic over the past year.
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