Osamu Suzuki, chairman of Suzuki Motor Corp., is confident the minivehicle market in Japan will not take a turn for the worse this year, despite recent predictions of a sales falloff by Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. See related story Suzuki expects minivehicle sales to reach 1.9 million units domestically in 2002, so long as sales forecast from Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp. remain the same as last year. He expects Suzuki’s sales to rise by 5% to 600,000 units on the strength ...
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