(Adds Nissan Diesel's revised profit forecasts, updates shares) TOKYO, April 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor and affiliate Nissan Diesel Motor will combine small-truck operations and could start producing two-tonne trucks in 2006, dissolving ties with Isuzu Motors Ltd, a newspaper said on Thursday. The Nihon Keizai Shimbun report pushed the shares of ailing truckmaker Nissan Diesel up 9.9 percent to 156 yen while shares in Isuzu ended down 5.1 percent at 93 yen. Nissan Diesel, considered ...
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