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Toyota announces plan for $1.0 bn factory in Mexico


The world's biggest automaker Toyota, ending its freeze on building new factories, announced plans on Wednesday for a $1.0 billion plant in Mexico and another production line at a Chinese facility. Duration: 00:51

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