Malaysian company Sime Darby and Mitsubishi Corp., not to be confused with Mitsubishi Motors Corp., reportedly are set to form a joint venture to build and sell Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. vehicles in Thailand. The two plan to take over from United Auto Sales (Thailand), whose distribution rights ended more than a year ago. The Bangkok Post says there still is no confirmation regarding future dealership strategies. The newspaper says the two sides are holding talks and that the most likely ...
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