TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp plans to raise its daily production level in Japan in November compared with a year earlier for the first time in 16 months, thanks to a recovery in demand, the Asahi newspaper reported on Tuesday. Toyota, the world's largest carmaker, aims to make 14,500 vehicles per day in November, according to the daily. It did not say what scale of increase the figure represented. A Toyota spokeswoman said she could not immediately comment on the report. ...
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