Thailand’s board of investment rejects a 2.5-billion-baht ($57.5 million) proposal by Isuzu Motors Ltd. of Japan to establish a product procurement center in Thailand. Isuzu D-MAX Spark The board says the project needs to better establish its relationship with the local unit of General Motors Corp. GM holds a 49% share of Isuzu, which plans to use a GM Thailand plant next year to manufacture pickup trucks for export. The proposed international procurement center, which would ...

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