Suzuki Motor Corp (7269.T)
20 Jan 2017
* to increase capital at Indian unit Suzuki Motor Gujarat to fund capex for local factories
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TOKYO, Nov 4 Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp raised its annual operating profit forecast on Friday in a surprise move, as quarterly results beat estimates thanks to strong vehicle sales in India and Europe.
TOKYO, Nov 4 Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp raised its annual operating profit forecast on Friday, citing better-than-expected sales in India and Europe so far this year.
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Nov 4 Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp will invest about 100 billion yen ($970.97 million) in a second vehicle production line at its new plant in Gujarat, even before operations have begun, the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday.
* Suzuki Motor has chosen to invest in a second production line at its new plant in Gujarat - Nikkei
* Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "A" - R&I
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TOKYO Japan's Toyota Motor Corp and Suzuki Motor Corp said they plan to explore a possible partnership, citing technological challenges and the need to keep up with consolidation in the global auto industry.