Japan’s fourth largest car manufacturer, Suzuki sells its range of small and medium-sized fuel-efficient cars and sport-utility vehicles in more than 190 countries. Aside from producing cars, Suzuki is Japan’s third largest motorcycle manufacturer, and makes trucks, outboard motors, generators, wheelchairs and water pumps. The company began in the loom building industry, but after the collapse of the cotton industry in 1951, Suzuki turned its attention to motor vehicles. By 1954 they were producing 6000 motorcycles a month, and the following year produced its first car, the Suzulight. Currently the Volkswagen Group is the biggest shareholder with a 19.9% stake.
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