CANBERRA –Toyota Motor Corp. intends to boost production at its Australian plant by more than 30,000 cars annually, Australian Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane says. Speaking to reporters in Tokyo, Macfarlane says Toyota Chairman Hiroshi Okuda tells him the auto maker will boost production significantly at its plant in Victoria. (See related story: Australia, Japan to Hold Joint FTA Discussion in Tokyo) Toyota Camry "Mr. Okuda was quite positive in terms of the future for the ...

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