CANBERRA – Toyota Motor Corp. is looking to expand its Australian assembly operations by about 30% to 130,000 vehicles annually by 2007, due to Australia’s recent free-trade agreement. The extra cars would be exported to Thailand, which now makes about 30,000 Camrys a year. Toyota currently mostly builds commercial vehicles in Thailand. The Australian exports would take advantage of falling Thai tariffs on passenger cars under the new FTA the countries signed. “We are always looking to ...

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