Toyota Motor Corp. will build its Camry Hybrid in Thailand and spend TB5.35 billion ($161 million) to construct a new diesel-engine factory producing 150,000 units a year. The Camry Hybrid will be produced at Toyota’s Thai Gateway Plant starting next year with initial annual output of 9,000 units. Toyota will spend TB90 million ($2.7 million) to modify the plant for Camry Hybrid production. The hybrid vehicle will attract a 10% excise duty, down significantly from the 30% charged for ...

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