NAGOYA, Japan, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. expects exports to North America from Japan to fall next year, an executive said on Friday. Executive Vice President Tokuichi Uranishi acknowledged that North American production fell slightly this year due to the timing of product remodelling, but said it would rise "considerably" next year as capacity is added in Indiana and Texas. "At the same time, exports of built-up cars (from Japan) should fall," he told a year-end news ...
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