A heavy production schedule is making it difficult for Mitsubishi and Nissan to solidify a joint cooperation deal in Thailand to manufacture vehicles for one another. The two Japanese auto makers earlier this year also announced a joint venture to build minicars to sell exclusively in Japan. Both now are aiming to clarify details of their Thai co-production plan by the third quarter. The cooperation would see Nissan build a small van for Mitsubishi to sell in Japan, while Mitsubishi ...
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