KHARKOV, Ukraine – Isuzu Motors Ltd. is considering plans for an engine joint venture in Kharkov, Ukraine. Kishichiro Amae, Japanese ambassador to Ukraine, confirms a JV is under study following a meeting between a Japanese delegation and Evgeny Kushnarev, head of the administration of the Kharkov region, which is in eastern Ukraine. Plans call for production of diesel engines for various vehicles and agricultural tractors. An Isuzu delegation also visited Kharkov and began ...

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