TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp. reported an 18 percent rise in quarterly operating profit on Monday as lofty sales at home and in India made up for higher spending on raw materials and facilities, and it kept its cautious forecasts for the full year. Suzuki, Japan's top maker of minivehicles and the world's third-biggest motorcycle manufacturer, has been a major beneficiary of the global shift in demand to smaller, fuel-efficient cars as gasoline prices hover near ...
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