After much speculation, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. confirms it has agreed to build Toyota Motor Corp. vehicles at its Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. Lafayette, IN, plant. The facility, which produces Subaru models, including the Baja and B9 Tribeca, is operating at nearly half of its 200,000-plus annual capacity. Toyota consistently has expressed a need for more production capacity in North America. A Fuji spokesman tells Reuters a decision on which models will be built at ...

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