(Adds detail in paragraph four) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Two struggling Japanese truck makers posted significantly improved first-half results on Thursday and forecast better performance helped by restructuring efforts and a recovery in domestic demand. Isuzu Motors , owned 12 percent by General Motors , returned to the black for the six months to September 30 thanks also to brisk sales in Asia, while Nissan Diesel Motor tripled its operating ...
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