TOKYO, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , Japan's largest automaker, has decided to build a new truck and sports utility vehicle plant in San Antonio, Texas, the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun said on Friday. The newspaper said the plant, which would be Toyota's sixth in North America, would have an annual output capacity of 100,000 vehicles and could go online as early as 2005. The move is expected to be officially decided at a board meeting this month, with an announcement to take place in ...
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