Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe visits Down Under for talks with government officials on the future of the auto maker’s Australian operations. Watanabe met with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Industry Minister Kim Carr and Victoria Premier John Brumby. One subject likely broached was the parent auto maker’s approval to continue engine-plant operations in Australia after 2012, when the next-generation Camry is planned. The facility, which produced more than 112,000 engines ...

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