MUMBAI – Suzuki Motor Corp.’s Maruti Udyog Ltd. has a dual face, symbolizing the disappearing lifestyle of the bygone Indian auto market, while quickly exploring the industry’s new direction. The Indian auto maker is aiming to restore its No.1 sales position in entry-level small cars as it marks its first full year working as Suzuki’s Indian subsidiary. Alto replaces M-800 as Maruti flagship. Net profits have jumped 270% to $120 million on a turnover of $2.2 billion. Sales and ...
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