Mitsubishi works out final details with Nissan to build its competitor’s Navara 1-ton pickup truck in Thailand at one of its two Laem Chabang plants, scheduled to begin in 2012. The auto maker is expanding the factory to accommodate the Navara. The Pajero SUV, Lancer sedan and Space Wagon multipurpose vehicle currently are manufactured there. However, Pajero production will be shifted to Mitsubishi's second plant in the region to make space for Navara production of 60,000 units a year, ...
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