Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. is feeling increasing pressure from local politicians to build a hybrid-electric vehicle in Australia, alongside the Camry and Aurion produced in Melbourne. New Federal Industry Minister Kim Carr and Victoria State Premier John Brumby recently traveled to Japan to meet with Toyota Motor Corp.’s senior management on the issue. At the same time, the new federal Labor Party government in Canberra is offering A$500 million ($458 million) towards a proposed ...

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