Toyota Motor Philippines Corp., the country’s leading automotive assembler, is eyeing 9.5% growth – from $305 million to $334 million – in export of Philippine-made automotive parts. Toyota builds the Camry from kits at its underutilized Philippine plant. Toyota’s exports to its affiliates worldwide accounted for 26% of the Philippine’s total automotive exports of $1.66 billion last year. The Toyota global network includes the U.S., Australia, Japan, Indonesia, South Africa, ...

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