* Domestic sales, cost cutting to help profits * Demand surge in India but overseas markets flat * To up forgings capacity by 125,000 T in 6 months (Adds details, quotes, share price) By Aniruddha Basu MUMBAI, April 30 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker Amtek Auto expects consolidated net profit to rise by 40-50 percent for the fiscal ending June, as cost cutting measures kick into a resurgent domestic market, a senior official said. "Our profits may grow between 40 percent to 50 ...
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