UPDATE 1-Maruti shares hit 6-mth-low, pull back, on recall


* Top car marker recalls 100,000 A-Star hatchbacks * Stock initially fell about 2 pct * More details on costs and impact awaited, says analyst (Adds analyst comments and shares turning positive) MUMBAI, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Shares in Maruti Suzuki pulled back after sliding to a six-month-low early on Wednesday, a day after India's top carmaker said it was recalling 100,000 of its A-Star hatchbacks sold overseas and in India. Maruti, in which Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp has 54.2 percent ...

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