Isuzu Motors Co. Ltd. says it lost ¥43 billion ($346 million) in the just-ended fiscal year (March 31), an improvement from the previous year’s ¥67 billion ($538 million) in red ink. However, Isuzu saw worldwide vehicles sales slide 13%, to 308,437 units from 355,093 the previous year. Japanese sales dropped 18%, while overseas deliveries fell 12%. The auto maker did see revenue increase 1.8% to ¥1.6 trillion ($13 billion), up from ¥1.57 trillion ($12.6 billion) in prior fiscal year. It ...

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