The Indian automotive industry is booming.
It has more than doubled in size in the past 10 years, as has the number of car models on sale in India.
And the country has some of the fastest growing car markets in the world.
But the growth of the industry has also left a lot of unanswered questions.
How does a country whose population is less than 10 million fit into this market?
And is it sustainable?
India’s automotive industry has more vehicles on the road today than at any point in the last 20 years.
In fact, according to the latest official data from the ministry of road transport and highways, the total number of road-used vehicles has increased by 30 percent.
This is due to a number of factors.
It is a country of about 30 million people, which has a population of just over 7 million.
The country also has a rapidly growing economy, which is now worth over $10 trillion and is expected to double by 2020.
The demand for cars has also been growing.
The number of new car sales has jumped by 60 percent over the last 10 years and the market is expected at around 4.3 million vehicles per annum by 2020, up from 1.5 million in 2020.
India has the largest auto industry in the developing world.
According to the World Bank, it has the world’s second-largest market, behind China, which accounts for more than half the world car market.
But it has also seen a rise in car imports and a decline in exports.
This has meant that there has been a big drop in the country’s car exports.
That has meant a drop in demand for vehicles from other countries.
This has had an impact on the growth rate of the Indian auto industry, which now accounts for less than 1 percent of India’s total car market, according the International Federation of Manufacturers.
According to industry figures, in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021, exports fell by over 6 percent and imports by almost 8 percent.
This compares with a 10 percent drop in imports in the previous year.
This is due, in part, to the fact that the country is still struggling to find the right car for all types of markets, as well as the lack of competition from other manufacturers.
According a report by the Indian Council of Industrialists, there is a “substantial mismatch between domestic and imported demand.”
This means that, as the Indian economy grows and the demand for autos increases, the country will need more cars to fill the gap.
This means that the automotive industry in India is now competing with its own industries, which are growing faster than it.
The Indian government is trying to solve this problem by introducing incentives to encourage manufacturers to bring new vehicles to India.
The auto industry has been pushing for these incentives for decades, with the latest one being introduced in the State of Telangana in 2017.
The main objective of these incentives is to give incentives to car makers to produce and sell vehicles that are smaller, less powerful and more fuel efficient.
The incentives are not just about helping the industry, but also the people of the country.
This can be done through the Automotive Finance Initiative, which provides loans for companies to buy new vehicles from manufacturers.
But even if the incentives have a positive effect on the industry and the government, it is still a very small part of the total automotive market.
This means the overall market for vehicles in India does not have a clear market share, which means that there is no clear picture of the future of the auto industry.
According the latest government statistics, the auto sector accounts for just 0.5 percent of the entire auto industry market.
If the government wants to build a sustainable automotive industry, it needs to invest in the industry.
But right now, the only incentives available are in the form of incentives for the auto manufacturers to sell vehicles to Indian consumers, and incentives for manufacturers to build new cars.
The Government of India has said that it will increase the incentive structure to incentivise manufacturers to increase production of new cars in India by up to 20 percent, but this would only increase the overall volume of vehicles that the industry produces by 20 percent.
The government is also trying to make sure that the auto companies can continue to innovate and improve their products, so that it can keep improving its competitiveness.
It plans to create a separate manufacturing and sales unit within the State Government, which would take over the manufacturing of cars and improve the competitiveness of the sector.
But these efforts are not enough.
Many car manufacturers are not getting their share of the new vehicle market.
India has one of the largest car-manufacturing and assembly plants in the entire world, but it is a low-wage manufacturing sector.
The lack of jobs in this sector is also a major factor behind the decline in car sales.
According the National Sample Survey Office, out of the 1.24 million vehicles sold in the Indian car market in 2017, just over half were imported from outside the country, while a mere 4,000 were produced in India itself. The