(Recasts with details, company comments) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Japanese compact car maker Suzuki Motor Corp. booked a solid rise in quarterly profits on Monday and lifted its full-year forecasts as expected to account for a weaker yen and the sale of more high-priced vehicles. Suzuki, held one-fifth by General Motors Corp. , had initially forecast a sharp drop in operating profit for the year to next March citing a 70 percent jump in ...
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