TOKYO, May 22 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. plans to add 10 more assembly plants in North America, France, China and India, among others, by 2010, raising its total output capacity to more than 10 million units a year, the Yomiuri Daily reported on Monday. Due to strong demand for its fuel-efficient cars, Toyota believes it needs to raise its annual output capacity by 3 million units over the next five years from the current 7.35 million units, the newspaper said. Toyota intends to ...
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