TOKYO, April 27 (Reuters) - Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp. on Friday raised its revenue and global production targets for the 2009/10 business year as the small car maker continues to benefit from overseas demand. The auto maker said it had lifted its 2009/10 group revenue target to more than 3.5 trillion yen, up from its previous target of more than 3 trillion yen. It also lifted its global car production target to more than 3 million units from more than 2.7 million units.
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