TOKYO, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Japan's Isuzu Motors Ltd and Toyota Motor Corp said they would form an alliance in small diesel engines, and start making diesel engines for the European market from around 2012. Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, bought 5.9 percent of Isuzu late last year to tap the truck maker's expertise in diesel engines. The two had been negotiating details on how to cooperate based on a broad agreement to jointly develop small, next-generation diesel engines. The two ...
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