TOKYO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd , the maker of Subaru cars, will use the year-end holidays to boost output capacity at one of its two Japanese car factories to meet healthy demand for the new Impreza, a spokesman said on Thursday. The Yajima factory, north of Tokyo, can now build about 27,600 cars a month. Fuji Heavy will raise that to 31,000 a month by the time it resumes operations on Jan. 8, giving it about 40,000 more cars a year in domestic output capacity, he ...
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