JAKARTA, Nov 26 (Reuters) - An Indonesian unit of the world's second-biggest car maker, Toyota , has started exports of a popular model to Thailand and Brunei, the company said on Friday. The car is part of a project by Toyota that aims to build vehicles for regions other than Japan and North America by drawing on Toyota's global resources. PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia said in a statement it targeted exports of 10,000 units of Kijang Innova per year, which would include 7,000 ...
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