RPT-NEWSMAKER-Suzuki CEO sees no relief from race to survive


(Repeats story first published Sunday with no change to text) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia autos correspondent TOKYO, Sept 28 (Reuters) - With the Big Three U.S. automakers struggling as consumers shun their gas-guzzling vehicles, Suzuki Motor Corp looks in an enviable position with its line-up of tiny, fuel-saving cars. That, and its mile-long lead in the nascent Indian market, have catapulted the once stolid car maker to No. 10 in the world measured by number of cars sold in the first half ...

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