Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. will build the Camry Hybrid in Melbourne, provided the right government incentives are secured in ongoing negotiations between Australia and Japan, the Melbourne Age newspaper reports. The talks are expected to be concluded by mid-year, and the newspaper quotes unnamed sources as saying senior Toyota executives in Japan are strongly behind making Toyota Australia’s Altona plant the regional production base for the hybrid-electric vehicle. Previously, ...

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