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Truck, bus tyre production slips in Aug

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New Delhi , Oct. 9

AFTER registering strong performance in the months of June and July 2003, truck and bus tyre production slipped in the month of August 2003 to touch a level of 9 lakh tyres.

Production in this category stood at 9.53 lakh tyres in July and 9.10 lakh tyres in the month of June.

According to data released by the Automotive Tyre Manufacturers' Association (ATMA) here on Thursday, truck and bus tyre exports, however, surged to 2.05 lakh tyres in August from a level of 1.91 lakh tyres during July. Truck and bus tyre exports during August 2002 stood at 1.68 lakh tyres.

Passenger car tyre production by ATMA member companies in August slipped to 8.12 lakh tyres from a level of 8.65 lakh tyres in July. Production in this segment stood at 7.41 lakh tyres in August 2002.

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