MUMBAI – Japanese automaker Suzuki is facing unexpected complications in its plans to launch a wholly owned Indian subsidiary. Suzuki Motor Gujarat (SMG), headed by Senior Executive Officer Naoki Aizawa, would operate on 1,190 acres (480 ha) of land leased from its 32-year-old Maruti Suzuki joint venture near Ahmedabad. It would supply vehicles solely to Maruti Suzuki, which also would handle distribution and sales. Maruti Suzuki is organizing a 2-month campaign to convince global and ...

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