Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd. will spend 6.9 billion baht ($169 million) to raise the company’s holding in its Thai subsidiaries to more than 70% from 49.2%. Isuzu, the leading maker of pickup trucks in Thailand, says it plans to make the company’s assembly units, as well as its engine and die-making subsidiaries, all part of its consolidated accounts. The company also will make its Thai technical center a wholly owned subsidiary, in a move to speed up the transfer of its ...

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