NEW DELHI – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and Suzuki Motor Corp. say their expanded global tie-up will begin with the use of each other's manufacturing plants in burgeoning markets such as India. The move is part of the auto makers' plan to achieve deeper cost reductions through larger volumes. Nissan will use the production facilities of Maruti Udyog Ltd., Suzuki’s Indian subsidiary, to produce an unnamed vehicle. There has been wide speculation that Nissan will choose the Tiida compact car from ...
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