NEW YORK — Volvo Car and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. decide to continue their Netherlands-based NedCar BV joint venture on a “business as usual” basis, at least through 2004. They also agree to make a “substantial investment” in the operation's paint shop, as the JV's board meets for the first time since Ford Motor Co.'s acquisition of Volvo earlier this year. A Volvo spokesman says the Volvo and Mitsubishi executives, who met at NedCar headquarters in Born earlier this month, decided it ...
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