(Corrects currency rate at base of story to $1=40.1 rupees, not 401 rupees; conversion in story was correct and is unchanged) NEW DELHI, March 26 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki India Ltd , India's top car maker, aims to cut costs and improve productivity to offset a rise in metal prices, its chief executive said on Wednesday. "Prices of not only steel but aluminium, copper are rising and it is hurting car makers," Shinzo Nakanishi told reporters after launching a new car model, the Swift ...
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