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Tata Motors expects Jaguar Land Rover China dealerships to resume by March-end

Still, retail sales are likely to recover only gradually amid the virus outbreak

Tata Motors, which derives the bulk of its revenue from the British brands, is barely recovering from the throes of a slowdown in China,

MUMBAI (NewsRise) -- Jaguar Land Rover, the luxury car unit of India's Tata Motors, expects its dealerships in China to resume operations by the end of this month, betting that mainland authorities will be able to contain the coronavirus epidemic.

The deadly outbreak, which killed more than 3,200 people and infected almost 98,000 people across the globe, disrupted global supply chains in industries including automobiles, electronics, and metals. The contagion virtually brought all activities in the mainland to a halt as major cities and provinces nearly shut down, pushing employees to work from home.

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