UPDATE 2-Nissan, Nissan Diesel to tie up in light trucks


(Recasts, adds company comments, details) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, May 19 (Reuters) - Nissan Diesel Motor and major shareholder Nissan Motor said on Monday they would jointly develop light trucks in a move that ends alliance talks between Nissan Motor and Isuzu Motors Ltd . Nissan Motor, Japan's third-largest automaker, had been looking for a partner to expand its operations in the high-profit market for light-duty commercial trucks -- part of an aggressive product offensive aimed at ...

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