Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., maker of Subaru vehicles, isn't ruling out a strategic tie-up with another automaker, says President Takeshi Tanaka. “The future of FHI is to continue achieving steady development, building the brand and developing the technology that is important,” Mr. Tanaka says. “Corporate alliances are one method to do this — if it is a benefit to both parties. So we are taking a flexible stance (on partnerships). But nothing has been decided. We continue to study the issue ...

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