An assembly plant operated by Toyota Auto Body Co. Ltd., owned 56% by Toyota Motor Corp. and one of two Japanese plants building the popular Prius hybrid-electric vehicle, is expected to resume output Monday, Nov. 28, following a fire that shut down operations late yesterday. It took firefighters about four hours to extinguish the blaze that began around 6 p.m. Monday and caused damage to the Fujimatsu, Japan, plant's paint shop but resulted in no injuries. Along with the Prius, the ...

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