India's Maruti raises diesel car prices by up to 10,000 rupees


NEW DELHI, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki, India's top carmaker, has raised prices of its diesel models by 2,000 rupees ($40) to 10,000 rupees ($199), a spokesman said on Monday. For its Ritz hatchback, prices were raised by 2,000 rupees, while for other models, prices were raised by 10,000 rupees, the spokesman told Reuters. Rising costs of many raw materials have dented carmakers' margins in India, forcing them to raise prices, further hurting demand already hit by high interest ...

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