NEW DELHI – The new agreement signed by Suzuki Motor Corp. and the Indian government is a win-win deal for all three parties. Suzuki gets small-car maker Maruti Udyog Ltd. as a valuable addition at a nominal cost to its overseas subsidiaries; the government gets a decent price and is out of the auto-making business; and Maruti gains more resources and business. (see related story:India’s Exit From Maruti Puts Suzuki in Driver’s Seat ) Suzuki Alto Transfer should be ...

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