USA: Subaru production capacity to increase 20% - reports
Subaru car maker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., 21 percent owned by General Motors, plans to increase production capacity at its US plant from mid-year to make a new car-pickup truck, Bloomberg News said. Fuji Heavy will raise capacity at the Subaru-Isuzu Automotive plant in Indiana to 120,000 from 100,000 units a year to make the Baja, which was released in January, Bloomberg said.
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