July 31 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp will this year become the first automaker to make more than 10 million vehicles a year, boosted by a weaker yen and strong demand for hybrids in Japan, the Nikkei reported. The global production plan is expected to be announced on Friday after Toyota reports earnings, the paper said. A little more than 3.3 million of the 10.1 million vehicles will be produced in Japan, the paper said. The total includes those produced by ...
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