Mitsubishi in Thailand will replace aging Strada (above) with new pickup truck. Mitsubishi Motors Corp. plans to expand its assembly plant in Chon Buri, Thailand, and build a new 1-ton pickup as part of its effort to make Thailand its light-truck production base for exports worldwide. Rolf Eckrodt, Mitsubishi president and CEO, plans to visit the auto makers’ subsidiaries in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore next week and reportedly will outline the new strategy in Bangkok on Jan ...

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