Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly will begin assembly of its Prius gas-electric hybrid model in China by the end of next year. Toyota will team up with China’s largest auto maker, FAW Group Corp., to build the model, which has been a hot seller in the U.S., leading Toyota to increase production 50% at the Japanese plant that builds the model for the U.S. market. (See related story: Toyota Ups Prius Production 50%) Also part of the deal between Toyota and FAW is a possible hybrid version ...

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