Isuzu sees 2004 sales down six pct, shares tumble


TOKYO, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd said on Friday it expected its global vehicle sales to fall six percent in 2004, although rises in Thailand and China would help offset a slide at home. The restructuring truck maker said it saw 2004 vehicle sales tumbling to 480,00 units, with domestic sales falling 21 percent after a 69 percent jump last year when Japanese truck demand surged on stricter emission controls. The stock was 4.39 percent lower at 217 yen in ...

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