NEW YORK – Toyota Motor Corp. will build 490,000 units at its Georgetown, KY, plant this year – just short of the record 496,000 established in 2000, says Georgetown President Gary L. Convis. And the plant is on track to once again cut production expenses enough to offset the amount needed for annual wage and benefit increases for its 7,600 employees. Last year Georgetown saved enough to cover the increases and an additional $38 million when it switched to production of the ’02 Camry. ...

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