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Suzuki plans factory in India after failed bid to tie up with Volkswagen

It wants to set up the wholly-owned plant and supply cars and components to 56 per cent-owned Maruti Suzuki India

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A Maruti Suzuki showroom in Ahmedabad, India. Suzuki expects the bulk of its growth to come from India, which IHS Automotive projects will overtake Japan and Germany by 2020 to become the world's third-biggest market after China and the US.

Mumbai

AFTER trust issues doomed Suzuki Motor Corp's alliance with Volkswagen AG, the Japanese carmaker now has to win over shareholders sceptical of plans for its crucial partnership with India's largest carmaker.

Suzuki wants to set up a wholly owned factory in India and supply

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