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Thai Police Monday ruled out murder as the cause for the death of Tata Motors managing director Karl Slym, who fell from the 22nd floor of a Bangkok hotel Sunday. Police said they found a three-page handwritten note in his room. Slym joined Tata Motors in 2012 to revive its declining sales and market share in India. Slym was the executive vice-president at SGMW Motors, China, a General Motors joint venture, before joining Tata Motors. Between 2007 and 2011, he steered GM India through very tough times.

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