Toyota Australia gets more government money and announces it will build a major facelifted vehicle beginning in 2015, as well as expand its supplier-development program during the next five years The A$123 million ($109.5 million) project is drawing a subsidy package from both the federal and Victoria state governments. Canberra is providing a grant of A$23.6 million ($21 million) and there is an undisclosed amount coming from the Victoria government. Toyota does not say which of the ...

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