NEW YORK — Hiroshi Okuda, chairman of Toyota Motor Corp., says Japan's top carmaker will produce more vehicles in the markets where it sells them, including the U.S. He also says that Toyota is seeking to increase its return on investment from the current 5%-6% to 10%, or more. Toyota, he says, will continue its New United Motor Mfg. Inc. joint venture with General Motors Corp., although the vehicles assembled at the facility might change from the current products. A small sport/utility ...

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