Officials from Toyota Motor Mfg. North America Inc. and Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.’s Subaru of Indiana Automotive plant, as well as government dignitaries, gathered today to confirm Toyota’s plan to build its Camry midsize sedan at the SIA facility in Lafayette, IN. The deal, in the works since last October, when Toyota announced it was taking an 8.7% stake in Fuji after General Motors Corp. sold its shares in the Japanese auto maker, will bring 100,000 units of Camry to SIA, as well as ...

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