(Adds Toyota comment, background) TOKYO, May 22 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. is considering building new assembly plants in Texas, France, China and India, raising its global output capacity to more than 10 million units a year by 2010, the Yomiuri Daily reported on Monday. The Japanese car giant, having difficulty in dealing with strong demand for its fuel-efficient cars, is discussing plans to build four more assembly plants globally by 2010, in addition to six plants which have ...
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