TOKYO, April 27 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd. said on Wednesday it would spend 10 billion yen ($94.23 million) by 2007 to boost its output capacity of pickup trucks in Thailand to keep pace with brisk sales. Isuzu, the most popular pickup brand in Thailand, will initially spend 4 billion yen to expand capacity, including for related parts such as engines and transmissions, it said in a statement. By 2007, its output capacity in Thailand would rise 76 percent to ...
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