TOKYO, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Japan's Toyota Motor Corp said on Monday it plans to produce 12,000 units of its Prius hybrid vehicle annually in Thailand, where it has just begun making the flagship high-tech car. Toyota will start selling the Prius in Thailand on Tuesday for around 1.2 million baht ($40,000) each, the world's largest carmaker said in a statement. Toyota in late October said it would begin making the Prius in Thailand, marking the first mass production of the model outside ...
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