Maruti Suzuki, India’s largest car maker, on Friday fell short of analysts’ expectations by reporting net profit of Rs 1,882 crore, 10% higher than in the same quarter a year ago, as higher effective tax hurt the company.
Net sales grew by 0.83% to Rs 20,594 crore during the reporting quarter as compared to Rs 20,423 crore posted by same quarter fy16-fy17. The company’s operating profit margin expanded 20 basis points over the same period to 14.2%.
Company sold a total of 4.61 lakh vehicles during the quarter, 11.4% higher than in the same period last year. Sales in the domestic market stood at 4.27 lakh units, 11.6% higher year on year, while exports came in at 34,691 units.
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