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The companies with focus on small cars struggled to maintain margins in FY07, despite robust sales growth, an indication of intensifying competition in the industry. In such a scenario, Maruti, Hyundai were able to minimize the margin contraction, through better control on raw material cost. M&M and Honda reported an improvement in margins, driven by sales of higher margin products, partially helped lack of strong competition in their respective product segments.

M&M and Honda also reported the highest improvement in ROCE, attributed to growth in their sales and margins. However, given a increase in capex requirements, we expect these companies to report lower ROCE in near future.

The Indian passenger vehicle market is expected to reach 2 mn units p.a by 2010. In anticipation of this demand, auto majors in the industry are on track for expansion of their capacities. Hyundai is expected to double the capacity

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