TOKYO, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Japanese compact car maker Suzuki Motor Corp. said on Friday it would boost output capacity of one of its Chinese joint ventures by 60 percent to meet growing demand. Suzuki, held one-fifth by General Motors Corp. , said it would raise annual production capacity of Jiangxi Changhe Suzuki Automobile Co. to 160,000 units from 100,000 by integrating an affiliate plant. The venture, in which Suzuki holds a 45.4 percent stake, produces vehicles such as the Wagon R ...
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