(Recasts, adds company comment, details) TOKYO, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd. and trading company Itochu Corp. said on Friday they are considering setting up a company to offer new truck sales and services to expand sales in the slowing domestic market. The two firms will invest 50 billion yen ($431.8 million) to establish the company, with Isuzu contributing 75 percent of the capital and Itochu the remainder, business daily Nihon Keizai reported. Spokesmen ...
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