Toyota Motor Corp. plans to begin exporting auto components sourced from Vietnam to the company’s worldwide plants beginning next year. The announcement marks a significant expansion by the auto maker from its traditional car manufacturing and sales operations in Vietnam and forms part of its worldwide network project. The project, announced in September 2002, is aimed at establishing a global network to supply Toyota parts and components to the auto maker’s plants outside ...

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