TOKYO, May 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. and Suzuki Motor Corp. are considering strengthening their alliance by supplying vehicles to each other to reduce development costs, Japanese media reports said on Tuesday. Business daily Nihon Keizai said Nissan may procure more minivehicles from Suzuki and supply 2-litre midsize cars to Suzuki through original equipment manufacturer (OEM) arrangements. The Yomiuri newspaper said the cross-OEM would likely begin by the end of this business year ...
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