SOUTHFIELD, MI – American Suzuki Motor Corp.’s (ASMC) automotive operations are profitable during the first seven months of 2004 after losing money in 2003, company executives say. “Last year the automotive operations were not profitable, but it is this year,” Koichi Suzuki, president-ASMC Automotive Operations, says during a media briefing here. “But (the profit) is very small.” Through July, Suzuki has sold more than 14,000 Forenzas in 2004. The improved financial results largely ...

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