Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. is raising new-vehicle prices an average 2.4% beginning Jan. 1. The auto maker is bucking a trend, as many of its competitors are slashing vehicle prices to counteract dwindling sales due to the global economic crisis, in addition to trying to clear 2008 stock by year-end. David Buttner, Toyota Australia senior executive director-sales and marketing, says the auto maker is taking the action due to a dramatic decline in the value of the Australian ...

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