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Toyota boosts its production in Thailand to 770,000 units a year with the Aug. 26 opening of the TB11 billion ($344 million) Gateway 2 assembly plant in Chachoengsao province. The 1.9-million sq.-ft. (175,000-sq.-m) facility, Toyota’s fifth in the country, will assemble cars with annual production capacity of 80,000 units. It employs 1,500 workers. It joins the original Gateway plant in Chachoengsao province that also manufactures cars, the commercial-vehicle-building Ban Pho ...
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