(Recasts, adds background, changes dateline) TOKYO/BANGKOK, March 31 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co will take over production and sales of its cars in Thailand, a newspaper said on Wednesday, sealing a deal next week that fell through at the last minute two years ago. Japan's third-largest auto maker will raise its stakes in Siam Nissan Motor and Nissan Sales, the distribution company, and Siam Nissan Automobile, the manufacturing firm, to 75 percent from 25 percent, taking control of the ...
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