Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is tripling its long-term investment in Thailand to 29 billion baht ($745 million) from 10 billion ($260 million) it originally announced last year to increase the local content of new models, expand capacity and improve sales there by 2008. More than half of the proposed investment would go towards new dies and tooling to produce parts for locally made Nissan vehicles, says Kosaku Hosokawa, president of Siam Nissan Automobile Co. (SNA), a joint venture between Nissan ...
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