By Gabriel Moreno MEXICO CITY, July 26 (Reuters) - Mexico's only truckmaker, Consorcio G Grupo Dina, is betting it will win a $123 million suit against Canada's Western Star Trucks and plans to use any damages to get back on its feet after its assets dwindled to almost nothing over the past two years. Mauricio Mendoza, Dina's in-house legal counsel, said in an interview that a hearing of its case against the Canadian company for allegedly unilaterally breaking a contract to purchase ...
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