Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly will invest $40 million in its Karawang, Indonesia, plant to increase production 43% by the end of the year in order to meet increased demand for its Innovative International Multipurpose Vehicles (IMV). The investment is expected to boost annual output to 100,000 trucks, up from the current 70,000. Toyota plans to sell 700,000 IMVs by 2006 as part of a project to export the vehicles from Argentina, South Africa, Indonesia and Thailand to 140 countries ...

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