With demand exceeding supply, Mazda Sales (Thailand) Co. Ltd. asks AutoAlliance (Thailand) Co. Ltd. to increase its output of Mazda2 cars. The $500 million Ford Motor Co.-Mazda Motor Corp. joint-venture plant in Rayong has a capacity of 120,000 units annually, with half slated for Mazda2 production and half for Ford Fiestas. Ford and Mazda's old plant in Rayong is producing BT-50 pickup trucks for both the Thai and export markets. Mazda Sales says in a statement it has asked ...

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