For such an important corporate presence, both domestically and globally, Tata Motors shows a surprisingly nonchalant approach to its sustainability reporting

There seems to be no stopping India’s Tata Motors. The company grew sales of commercial vehicles by 22% in fiscal 2010-2011, and in 2010, made the Fortune 500 list for the first time. Tata Motors has a 62% share of the domestic car market in India and is the...

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