By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, April 28 (Reuters) - Japanese auto makers Suzuki Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp. posted solid annual earnings growth driven by brisk overseas sales, a soft yen and hefty cost cuts, and forecast another year of record profits despite their assumptions of an unfavourable rise in the yen. Suzuki and Mazda, Japan's fourth- and sixth-biggest auto makers by sales volume, joined domestic competitors Nissan Motor Co. , Honda Motor Co. and ...
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