TOKYO, March 22 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp. said on Thursday it is in discussions with the government of Thailand over a possible expansion of its Thailand-based joint venture factory with Ford Motor Co. . The announcement was made at a news conference in Tokyo by executive vice president Robert Graziano. Earlier, Hiroshima-based Mazda, which is held one-third by Ford, said that under a new four-year business plan ending in March 2011 it would deepen synergies with Ford.
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