HAMAMATSU, Japan — The changing of the guard at Suzuki Motor Corp. won't alter things much, says Masao Toda, named president in June last year by former President Osamu Suzuki, who kicked himself upstairs to chairman. Toda, 65, and a veteran of 43 years with the automaker, feels he has good reason to be upbeat about the future of Japan's fourth-largest automaker, which specializes in mini-vehicles with 0.6L engines. Suzuki also is a General Motors Corp. alliance partner, with GM holding a ...
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