Toyota will boost its diesel engine output in Thailand by 290,000 units to 610,000 a year at a cost of ¥40 billion ($507.4 million). The expansion at the auto maker’s 25-year-old Thai engine-production subsidiary, Siam Toyota Mfg., will create 450 jobs. Toyota says in a statement the increase of its production capacity of diesel engines used in its Innova MPV will meet growing demand in emerging markets. The latest plant expansion, scheduled for completion by 2015, comes ...

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