Suzuki sees vehicle output up 2 pct in 2004


TOKYO, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Suzuki Motor Corp , Japan's top maker of minivehicles, said on Wednesday it expected to produce 1.935 million vehicles excluding motorcycles this year, up two percent from 2003. Suzuki, owned one-fifth by General Motors Corp , expects domestic production to rise three percent to 949,000 units, while overseas output is seen flat at 986,000 units.

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