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No Surprise: Volkswagen reportedly to take 20% stake in Suzuki

Published: December 9, 2009

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Filed under: Suzuki , Volkswagen Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Though Suzuki CEO Osamu Suzuki would beg to differ , it seems that the old saying has once again been proven accurate. After a ton of rumor, innuendo and speculation on the matter – along with the subsequent denials – a report from Reuters indicates that Volkswagen is indeed on the verge of announcing that it’s procuring a 20 percent stake in Suzuki


REPORT: Volkswagen interested in small-car partnership with Suzuki, still

Published: August 25, 2009

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Filed under: Suzuki , Volkswagen , Renault Suzuki Alto – Click above for high-res gallery Just a few months back, Manager Magazin in Germany reported that Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech was interested in procuring a small stake in Suzuki .


REPORT: Suzuki CEO denies talks with VW amidst tie-up rumors

Published: June 30, 2009

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Suzuki Alto Lapin – Click above for high-res image gallery Hear about those reports last week of a potential tie-up between Suzuki and Volkswagen for microcar development? Osamu Suzuki, Chief Executive at the automaker that bear his name, heard those rumors, too, and they apparently came as news to him


REPORT: Volkswagen considering stake in Suzuki for micro-car alliance

Published: June 26, 2009

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Suzuki Alto Lapin – Click above for high-res gallery According to reports from Reuters and Manager Magazin in Germany, Volkswagen is keen to purchase a 10 percent stake in Suzuki in order to cooperate on future small cars for emerging markets. In its home market of Japan, Suzuki is the second-largest automaker (behind Toyota) and dominates the tiny Kei car market alongside Toyota-owned Daihatsu