Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. and Australia’s new Labor government are scrambling to repair political damage after a Toyota spokesman says the auto maker would have built the Camry Hybrid Down Under even without a A$35 million ($33 million) green-car subsidy from Canberra. Toyota Australia spokesman Mike Breen told The Australian newspaper the subsidy only served to bring the announcement forward. “It would have happened regardless, and we wouldn’t bring it to market unless we’re ...

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