The Australian government's A$1.3 billion ($1.1 billion) “green-car scheme” appears to have stalled, as the first subsidized project, the locally built Camry Hybrid, is selling below expectations despite a booming vehicle market. The Australian newspaper says Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. has sold just 2,960 units of the A$36,990 ($32,315) car since production began in Melbourne six months ago, despite an aggressive marketing campaign. The auto maker forecast demand at 10,000 units ...

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