Toyota to add another North American plant
In 2005, Toyota's North American sales were over 2.4 million (having more than doubled in ten years), with nearly two-thirds of those vehicles manufactured in North America.
One likely possibility is a Yaris plant in Mexico, as budget cars will probably bear the brunt of any Gen-Y buying boom, and the Yaris is sold in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. Currently, the Yaris is imported from Japan.
[Source: Automotive News]
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