A plan to build the fast-selling Nissan Frontier Navara pickup truck at a Mitsubishi Motor Corp. factory in Thailand is in doubt due to a lack of spare capacity. The use of the plant is part of a cooperation agreement signed late last year between Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co. Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co. Ltd. that also could include collaboration on engineering and manufacturing of a new generation of 1-ton pickup trucks. The Bangkok Post reports an unnamed senior executive ...

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