Isuzu Motors Ltd. says its global vehicle output will drop 6% this year to 430,000 units. Worldwide sales of Isuzu’s Japan-built trucks and buses will be down 20% this year to 186,000. However, domestic sales of the vehicles are expected to climb 13%. Isuzu has been struggling with a slump in sales, both at home and abroad. The heavy-duty truck market has been especially weak. Isuzu earlier announced it would launch next month a joint venture, GMI Diesel Engineering Ltd., with ...
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