NEW YORK, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Japan's Isuzu Motors Ltd plans to cut its 2002 production target by half to 30,000 units at its joint facility in Lafayette, Indiana with Subaru automaker Fuji Heavy Industries , the Mainichi Shimbun said. A spokeswoman at SIA, or Subaru-Isuzu Automotive Inc, said the revised annual target will be announced after Sept. 1, and added that "6,000 units will be reduced in 2002." The Mainichi's online Wednesday edition cited diminishing sales of sport-utility ...
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