NEW DELHI, July 26 (Reuters) - India's biggest car maker, Maruti Udyog Ltd, reported a 42 percent jump in quarterly net profit on Monday as robust economic growth and low interest rates boosted vehicle sales in Asia's fourth-largest economy. Maruti , 54.2 percent owned by Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp , said net profit was 1.71 billion rupees ($36.9 million) in the first quarter to June 30, compared with 1.2 billion rupees a year ago. A Reuters poll of 10 brokerages earlier this month ...
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