Toyota Motor Corp. begins construction of its new truck-bed plant near Tijuana, Mexico, which will supply 150,000 truck beds annually for Toyota’s Tacoma pickup truck when operational in 2004. The Tijuana-area facility will be Toyota’s first Mexican plant and, besides supplying the U.S.-built Tacoma, be part of Toyota’s effort to take advantage of the burgeoning Mexican auto market. Toyota began selling Camry and Corolla sedans in the country this year. The auto maker plans to sell 5,000 ...

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