WOODSTOCK, Ontario, June 30 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. said on Thursday it had chosen Ontario, Canada as the long-awaited site for its seventh North American car assembly plant as it adds output capacity to meet burgeoning demand. Japan's top auto maker said it would invest about C$800 million ($650 million) in building the Woodstock, Ontario factory, which would have annual production capacity of 100,000 vehicles. ($1=$1.23 Canadian)
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