Truck makers Hino Motors Ltd. of Japan and Scania AB of Sweden are in discussion on a possible partnership to supply vehicles and components to each other. According to a Japanese press report, Hino would supply regular trucks to Scania, with Scania in turn supplying heavy-duty trucks to Hino. Hino also would supply engines to Scania. Hino, which is 50%-owned by Toyota Motor Corp., saw its stock go up in early morning trading March 18 in Japan on the news. However, analysts remain ...

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