Maruti Udyog has pushed up its quarterly net profit, beating market forecasts, as it increased sales and slashed costs.
The company’s first-quarter net profit climbed 63% to Rs3.69bn (US$79.33m) from Rs2.26bn (US$48.59m) a year ago. Its total income was up 20% year-on-year to Rs32.68bn (US$702.57m), while profits before tax stood at …
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