Nissan shifts pickup production to Thailand TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to shift current pickup production in Japan to its plant in Thailand, officials say. Several automakers, including Mazda Motor Corp., have undertaken similar moves, taking advantage of Thailand's pickup-friendly market as well as its export-friendly business climate, where it serves as a Southeast Asian hub. Nissan also builds pickups in the U.S. and Mexico. Subaru to build MPV BANGKOK — General Motors ...
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