Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly has plans to assemble as many as 100,000 vehicles annually at Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) Inc.'s Lafayette, IN, plant. Production could begin in 2007, according to the Asahi newspaper, citing sources. Toyota purchased 8.7% of Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. from General Motors Corp. in October reportedly for $315 million, giving Toyota access to the Lafayette plant. (See related story: Toyota Buys Stake in Fuji as GM Dissolves Relationship) ...

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