UPDATE 2-Maruti Suzuki sees higher import costs on weak rupee


* Q2 net profit 6.7 bln rupees vs forecast 5.52 bln rupees * Revenue up 27 percent to 102 bln rupees * COO expects Maruti to benefit from rural demand * MD calls FY sales target "tough" (Adds executive comments from press conference) By Matthias Williams and Aradhana Aravindan NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, Oct 28 (Reuters) - India's biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki said a weak rupee would increase import expenses in the second ...


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