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Tata Motors Q1 loss may widen to Rs 1,767 cr; revenue may dip QoQ: Analysts

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Tata Motors Q1 results preview: The likely subdued performance would be led by chip shortage woes at UK subsidiary JLR, cost input pressures, and negative operating leverage, said analysts

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Harshita Singh  | 
New Delhi 




Passenger vehicle giant Tata Motors’ consolidated net loss is likely to widen to Rs 1,766.5 crores in the April-June quarter (Q1FY23) from Rs 1,033 crores in Q4FY22, according to an average of five estimates compiled by Business Standard.



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First Published: Tue, July 26 2022. 12:56 IST



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