Jan 27 (Reuters) - Japan's largest automaker, Toyota Motor Corp, said on Friday its global output rose 10.7 percent in December from a year earlier to 658,534 vehicles. For all of 2011, it fell 9.1 percent to 6,928,813 vehicles due to supply chain disruptions from the March earthquake and tsunami in Japan, as well as Thai floods in the final quarter. The following are figures for domestic output and exports, along with overseas and global output of vehicles, at Japan's eight carmakers for ...
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