By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp. posted a double-digit rise in quarterly profits as sales of its compact cars grew globally, while a weak yen helped Mazda Motor Corp. report solid operating profit growth. Both automakers left their full-year profit forecasts unchanged citing volatile exchange rates and unpredictable raw materials prices. Suzuki has been struggling to keep up with demand as high fuel prices steer more ...
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