TOKYO, March 28 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks are seen moving in a narrow range on Friday, with investors holding back in the final days of the business year. One stock in the spotlight is Toyota Motor Co . The Nikkei business daily reported on Friday that the automaker plans to boost domestic output of its Prius hybrid cars by 60 percent to 450,000 annually by 2009. "Market moves are likely to be limited. At the end of the month and the business year, investors do not want to build large ...
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