SINGAPORE, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Hong Kong-based motor and property group Tan Chong International said on Tuesday one of its units will pay US$35 million to buy shares in Nissan Diesel (Thailand) Co Ltd in a bid to boost truck sales. Tan Chong, a distributor of Nissan Motor Co vehicles in Singapore, said the acquisition would provide access to the huge market for Nissan Diesel trucks in Thailand.
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