NEW DELHI, Feb 12- Sales of passenger cars and utility vehicles in India are expected to grow by as much as 12 percent in the fiscal year starting April 1, the country's automotive body said on Friday, higher than the 8 percent growth estimated for the current year. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is under pressure to increase welfare spending in India's upcoming...» Read More
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