Isuzu Motors Ltd., the nation’s largest maker of light-duty trucks, plans to raise its stake in a joint venture in Indonesia as it increases overseas sales to counter declining domestic demand.
Tokyo-based Isuzu will raise its stake in PT Pantja Motor to 40 percent from 12.5 percent, the company said on its Web site, without giving a time frame.
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