Tata Motors falls 3 per cent after managing director's death

Shares in Tata Motors fell 3 per cent on Monday after the automaker's managing director, Karl Slym, died on Sunday when he fell from a high floor of a hotel in Bangkok.

A native of Britain, Slym was hired in 2012 to revive flagging sales and market share in the domestic business of India's biggest automaker, which is part of the Tata conglomerate.

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