CANBERRA – Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd.’s exports to the Middle East are continuing after a short disruption caused by a damaged wharf in Kuwait. President Ken Asano says the auto maker also ships into the region through the Red Sea and those deliveries have been uninterrupted by the war in Iraq. Toyota plans to export 66,000 vehicles to the Middle East this year, but Asano says consumer confidence and showroom traffic in the region is down. Meanwhile, Mitsubishi Motors ...

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