(Adds Suzuki's first-quarter sales, Mazda revenues) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia Autos Correspondent TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Suzuki Motor Corp and Mazda Motor Corp reported on Thursday weaker quarterly profits that fell largely within expectations and they kept their forecasts intact, leaving a comfortable currency buffer against looming headwinds. Despite a downturn in many mature car markets, both tier-two Japanese automakers recorded healthy sales growth globally, although that was not ...
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