CANBERRA – Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. is denying media reports that it will close its local assembly plant and move car production offshore if Australia signs a free-trade agreement with the U.S. Toyota Australia concerned over effect proposed free-trade agreement would have on Camry production. Toyota Australia President Ken Asano quickly issued a statement refuting reports, noting Toyota continues to invest heavily in its Australian operations. However, he says Toyota ...

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