Suzuki Motor Corp. is on a record-setting roll these days that shows no signs of slowing. The auto maker’s medium-term 5-year plan is already out of date, with consolidated net sales in fiscal 2006, ending March 31, 2007, up 15.2% to ¥3.1 trillion ($26.3 billion) – three years ahead of the March 2010 target and almost double the total five years ago. Suzuki cars and motorcycles, the company’s original products, both are yielding record operating profits – ¥132.9 billion ($1.1 billion), ...
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