Isuzu Motors Ltd. reportedly plans to stop producing sport/utility vehicles, including its mainstay Big Horn, in Japan by 2004. Production of all SUVs would be integrated into its U.S. plant. ▪ Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. names Kyoji Takenaka as president, replacing Takeshi Tanaka, who will become chairman. Takenaka worked closely with General Motors Corp., which owns 20% of Fuji. GM Asia/Pacific President Rudolph Schlais Jr. has been named to Fuji's board. ▪ BMW AG sees its ...

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