TOKYO — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. may be in talks to expand its ties with AB Volvo to include a broad range of operations in the mid-sized truck sector, Japanese reports suggest. While Mitsubishi is not confirming the reports, a company spokesperson says the automaker has been conducting a feasibility study on a possible cooperation in the development of mid-sized trucks since October 1997. Should a linkup come to fruition, Mitsubishi and Volvo would work closely in the joint development, ...

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