Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. President and Chief Operating Officer Jim Press says Toyota’s decision to build a Camry hybrid at its Georgetown, KY, plant, “does not preclude other North American plants from doing so in the future.” (See related story: Toyota to Produce Hybrid in U.S.) Speaking via a webcast from Washington, Press says Toyota always has spoken of the need to “build where it sells.” However, up to now, the auto maker has produced all of its hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) ...

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