Maruti Suzuki - Rising From The Ashes: IDBI Capital
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Over the last 12 months, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. has faced barrage of bad news including Covid-19 lockdown, unprecedented rise in commodity prices, bumper to bumper insurance and semiconductor chip shortages etc.
We anticipate majority of these events are temporary in nature and may not last beyond 12 months.
Hence the the comapny falls in the category of 'great company in temporary trouble'.
During FY12-21, Maruti Suzuki’s volume grew by 3.8% compound annual growth rate compared to Indian passenger vehicle market which grew by 0.3% CAGR due to poor consumer sentiments, demonetisation, goods and services tax Implementation, BS-IV to BS-VI transition and Covid-19 lockdown prevailed in the last decade.
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