Why some Indian companies are tigers abroad, lambs at home
Indian companies have over the years chosen to look for markets abroad to get away from the stifling regulatory conditions in India, besides being drawn by the prospects for growth
Despite its struggles in India, Tata Motors Ltd continues to outshine many of its global peers with the remarkable success of its 2008 acquisition of the Jaguar Land Rover businesses from Ford Motor. The Jaguar brand, driven by such bestsellers as the F-PACE as well as the XE totted up record sales of 12,310 units in April, up 54%. According to Bloomberg, following its scorching run, Jaguar is even threatening storied Porsche when it comes to US sales.