TOKYO — Mazda Motor Corp. confirms rumors that it will supply commercial vehicles to Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (see WAI Update — April '99, p.2). The two automakers announce that Mazda will provide 8,000 of its Bongo commercial vans and trucks annually on an OEM basis, starting this fall. Mitsubishi, which plans to sell the vehicles domestically under its Delica brand, has immediate plans to halt production of its own Delica models domestically, except those for export. Experts see the move ...

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