Nissan, Nissan Diesel to combine truck ops-Nikkei


TOKYO, April 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co and affiliate Nissan Diesel Motor Co will combine small-truck operations and start producing two-tonne trucks by 2006, dissolving ties with Isuzu Motors Ltd , a newspaper said. Struggling truck-maker Nissan Diesel remains a key headache for Nissan Motor , Japan's third-largest automaker, which on Wednesday posted a 51 percent rise in operating profit for the just-ended business year to extend its dramatic revival. The Nihon Keizai Shimbun ...

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