UPDATE 1-Mazda to assemble subcompacts in Vietnam-Nikkei

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(Follows alerts) * To roll out 2000-3000 units annually * Vietnamese plant being built by local distributor Vina-Mazda Aug 30 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Co said it has decided to assemble subcompact Mazda 2 in Vietnam as early as this year, Japanese business daily the Nikkei reported. The company plans to roll out about 2000-3000 units a year at a plant currently being built in central Vietnam by local distributor Vina-Mazda Co, the paper said. Earlier this year, Mazda entered the Vietnamese ...

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