VIENNA – Indian commercial-vehicle manufacturer Ashok Leyland will phase out production next month at its Avia Ashok Leyland Motors light-truck plant in Prague, Czech Republic. The company says the decision was made due to the current global economic slowdown. Avia Ashok Leyland, which manufactured 1,003 trucks and cab-chassis kits last year, only produced four vehicles this year through May. In recent months it was selling trucks from last year’s production ...

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