Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly again will raise production of its Prius hybrid-electric vehicle. A U.S. spokeswoman for the auto maker is mum, saying Toyota is only “studying the possibility to further increase production” at the two Japan plants that build Prius, Tsutsumi and subsidiary Toyota Auto Body’s plant in Fujimatsu. However, a report in a Japanese newspaper says Toyota will double production in May at Toyota Auto Body to 120,000 units annually. The spokeswoman says between the ...

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