TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - For the first time in 10 years, Toyota Motor Corp plans to shut down a line at one of its old domestic plants and shift production to another facility to boost efficiency, a business daily said on Friday. Japan's largest automaker declined to confirm the report. "We are considering various ways of improving efficiency in our production but no concrete decisions have been made," said spokeswoman Hisayo Ogawa. Toyota will shift production of the Prius ...
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