Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. will begin manufacturing 10,000 Camry Hybrid sedans a year at its Melbourne plant in 2010 with the help of a A$35 million ($33 million) grant from the Australian government and unspecified assistance from Victoria state officials. Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe announces the decision during a meeting held Tuesday in Japan with Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. The Nikkei business daily newspaper says Toyota also will build 10,000 of ...

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