TOKYO – Toyota Motor Corp. produced 4.2 million vehicles in Japan last year – but it had a lot of help doing it. Of the total output, 2.6 million units, or 62%, were built by subsidiary and affiliated companies. These auto makers, nine in total, include Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd., Daihatsu Motor Kyushu Co. Ltd., Hino Motors Ltd., Central Motors Corp., Gifu Auto Body Industry Co. Ltd., Kanto Auto Works Ltd., Toyota Auto Body Co. Ltd., Toyota Industries Corp. and Toyota Motor Kyushu Inc. ...

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