Isuzu Motors America is laying the groundwork toward recovery with a plan that calls for a re-freshening of several of its lackluster products, a buffing-up of its tarnished brand image and cost-cutting consolidation of its U.S. operations. The moves are just a part of an overall global restructuring program mandated by parent Isuzu Motors Ltd., itself mired in red ink. But Isuzu has dug a big hole for itself in America, and it appears questionable whether even an aggressive ...
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