MUMBAI – Maruti Udyog Ltd. hopes to regain lost ground in India's hotly contested small-car market with the launch this month of the long-awaited Maruti Suzuki Swift premium hatchback. Maruti, 54.2% owned by Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp., hopes the Swift will go head-to- head with competitors such as the Hyundai Getz, Ford Fusion and Tata Indica. Analysts say the car is Maruti's most significant launch since its now-aging flagship M-800 revolutionized the market 20 years ago. Maruti ...
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