Japan’s Hino Motors Ltd. and Sweden’s Scania AB sign a cooperation pact aimed at expanding their truck lineups and sharing development costs of advanced, environment-friendly technology. Possible areas of cooperation include selling Scania tractor-trucks in Japan under the Hino brand, the use of Hino engines for some Scania vehicles and exchange on emission-control technology, moves that could come to fruition as early as 2004 or 2005. Long-term goals include cooperation in emerging ...

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