TOKYO, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd said on Tuesday it aims to lift its operating profit by 40 percent in the year to March 2011 as it expands its sales overseas and slashes costs through stepped-up cooperation with other automakers. Announcing a new three-year business plan to start in April 2008, the Tokyo-based company said it targets an operating profit of 150 billion yen ($1.30 billion) in the year to March 2011, with revenue of 2 trillion yen and an ...
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