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    Official: Toyota investing $30 million in Indiana for more Highlander production

    Indiana seems like the place to be if you're looking for work in a car factory. In May, Subaru announced plans to invest $400 million in its Lafayette, Indiana plant, creating 900 new jobs in the process and increasing capacity to 300,000 units per year. Now, Toyota has announced plans to invest ...

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    Toyota opens first new plant in Japan in almost 20 years

    The Yen is soaring, and that means it's costing Japanese manufacturers a lot of money to sell goods here in the United States. Some are moving areas of production to other countries, yet Toyota has decided to open its first new Japanese manufacturing facility in nearly 20 years. Toyota's newest ...

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    Toyota idles production in France, UK and U.S. to cope with weak demand

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    Toyota manufacturing plants are beginning to feel the backlash from the company's wave after wave of recent global recalls. The company just announced it will stop production at its European facilities for a ...

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    Toyota plans to trim trucks, focus on hybrids, improve quality

    Stick with what you know. That seems to be Toyota's new mantra going forward, as the Japanese automaker has reportedly diverted its attention away from large trucks like the largely unsuccessful and slow-selling Tundra pickup and back on hybrid vehicles – possibly all wearing the Prius ...

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    Toyota to start exporting U.S.-built SUVs and minivans

    What's built in the States, stays in the States. At least that is how it used to be with one of the world's largest automaker. (The one exception is the Toyota Avalon sedan -- exported to the Middle East last year.) Toyota has now announced that it will ramp up U.S. vehicle production in Indiana ...

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    Toyota to add another North American plant

    An Automotive News report suggests that we can expect another Toyota assembly plant in North America sooner than later. Toyota, which already has five North American assembly plants with two more under construction, will run out of capacity soon after 2010, about the time when Steve Sturm, VP of ...


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