Suzuki announces a 2-pronged drive to expand in the soaring Southeast Asian market involving a new plant in Indonesia and a production boost in Thailand. The Japanese automaker plans to spend ¥93 billion ($906.3 million) to build a plant in Indonesia that will assemble compact minivans and other models that do not overlap with its Thai production lineup. The Bangkok Post reports Suzuki will double the annual production capacity at its Thai factory to 100,000 units next year. It also will ...

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