Tata Nano struggling with slow sales

"The world's cheapest car" was a cult hit at first, but it has suffered from safety concerns and what critics call poor marketing and competition from a flood of slightly more expensive cars.



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Tata Co. Chairman Ratan Tata announces the newly launched Tata Nano at an auto expo in New Delhi in January 2008. India's Tata Motors was unveiling its much anticipated $2,500 car, a price tag intended to bring car ownership into the reach of millions of people around the world.

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