TOKYO, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Japanese compact car maker Suzuki Motor Corp. posted a 4.9 percent rise in half-year operating profit on Monday on firm motorcycle and car sales worldwide, and it raised its full-year forecasts as expected. Operating profit at Suzuki, one-fifth owned by General Motors Corp. , came to 56.86 billion yen ($491.3 million) for the April-September period, while net profit rose 7.9 percent to 30.94 billion yen. For the year to next March, Suzuki now projects an ...
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