Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly will increase production capacity at its Samrong, Thailand, plant to meet growing demand for its multipurpose vehicles. Toyota is upping the plant’s annual capacity to 300,000 units from 250,000 by adding a new paint shop at the end of the month, says Dow Jones Newswires. The five cars and trucks the plant produces fall under Toyota’s Innovative International Multi-Purpose Vehicle, or IMV, project, which was launched last year. The Thailand facility ...

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