Suzuki Motor Corp.’s plans to build passenger cars, diesel engines and motorcycles in India are causing concern for domestic partner Maruti Udyog Ltd. New 0.6 L Suzuki Alto may be built in India for global markets. The compact car maker’s stock has taken a beating since its Japanese parent this month announced plans to set up a wholly owned plant to build common-rail diesel engines, plus a plant to make passenger cars through a joint venture with Maruti, which currently builds 500,000 ...

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