MUMBAI – Exiting the U.S., where it was a minor player, was not a significant setback for Suzuki. Chairman Osamu Suzuki is focusing instead on a much more critical issue: the erosion of the auto maker’s Maruti Suzuki subsidiary as India’s market leader. The auto maker’s car deliveries were down 6.9% year-to-date at the end of March, although Maruti still accounted for more than half of the segment’s sales, according to WardsAuto data. Market share was 32.5%, ...

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