Isuzu Motors Ltd. will move production of its pickup trucks from Japan to Thailand. A Thailand official working with Isuzu says the auto maker will invest 9 billion baht ($210 million) to move production from Japan. Isuzu is aiming to produce 145,000 units annually, beginning in 2004, in Thailand for export, he says. Of those 145,000, some 50,000 will be exported fully assembled; the rest will be partially assembled. The vehicles will be produced at General Motors Corp.’s Rayong, Thailand, ...

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