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Toyota, Suzuki to deepen ties

By Bloomberg
31 August 2019   |   1:35 pm
Toyota Motor Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. are strengthening their alliance by taking stakes in one another, seeking to bolster their position as the auto industry shifts further toward electrified and self-driving cars. Bloomberg's Dave McCombs reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

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