* Suzuki shares rise as much as 7.7 pct in flat market * Some investors wary, waiting for official decision TOKYO, June 26 (Reuters) - Shares of Suzuki Motor raced to a 10-month high after a source said that Volkswagen is exploring a cooperation deal with its Japanese rival to boost the German carmaker's presence in ultra small cars. Cooperation with Suzuki, which dominates Japan's 660cc minivehicle market along with Toyota unit Daihatsu Motor Co , could yield a new model for ...
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