The launch of the locally built Camry Hybrid is proving to be a winner for Australian parts suppliers. Innovation Minister Kim Carr says Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. tells him orders for the vehicle are strong, especially from fleet buyers. “This is good news for Toyota, but it is also good news for the Victorian and South Australian component makers (that) have secured around A$90 million ($80 million) worth of work producing 50 or so hybrid-specific components for this vehicle,” ...
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