Nissan North America Inc. says its U.S. production of fullsize pickup trucks is not going to drop, despite a decision by parent Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. to make Thailand its main production hub for non-North American markets. Thailand now is the Japanese auto maker’s second-largest pickup production center, behind the U.S. Nissan Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga tells Thailand’s The Nation newspaper the change is being made because the economic crisis in the U.S. has slowed sales ...

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