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India’s “Motown" seems to be getting its mojo back. Sales volumes are recovering as the availability of semiconductor chips improves, companies announce new launches, and inventories build up ahead of the festival season. The sector is eyeing its best-ever growth for the festive period after a demand slump during the pandemic over the last two years. Further, with the softening of commodity prices, profit margins of companies are also expected to improve, spelling hope for the coming quarters. However, some headwinds could spoil the party. Demand is still below the pre-pandemic levels and erratic rains could weigh on rural demand.

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Niti Kiran
Niti Kiran is a data journalist who really likes data. With over 10 years of experience in corporate and market research, she has an eye for detail. Data research is Niti's forte and constantly fascinates her.
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