TOKYO – Divestiture by General Motors Corp. won’t alter Suzuki Motor Corp.’s direction, says a top Suzuki official here. Nor does it change the auto maker’s outlook, according to analysts, many of whom remain bullish on Suzuki. In a wide-ranging interview at Suzuki’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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