Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly will move production of Hilux pickup trucks from its Hino Motors Ltd. subsidiary in Japan to an existing Toyota facility in Thailand by 2004. Toyota wants to increase output in Thailand, where it has the capacity to build 240,000 vehicles annually. It currently produces about 50,000 units there. Toyota sold 83,914 sedans and light trucks in Thailand last year. A Thai government official says Toyota will announce plans Feb. 11 to raise its annual car exports ...
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