TOKYO â€“ Divestiture by General Motors Corp. wonâ€™t alter Suzuki Motor Corp.â€™s direction, says a top Suzuki official here. Nor does it change the auto makerâ€™s outlook, according to analysts, many of whom remain bullish on Suzuki. In a wide-ranging interview at Suzukiâ€™s Tokyo office, President and Chief Operating Officer Hiroshi Tsuda details the game plan for the Japanese auto maker, which includes continued reliance on its core strength of minivehicles and a sharp focus on expansion in ...
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