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Toyota Plans to Export the Corolla From the US to the Caribbean and Latin America


Toyota plans to begin exporting the Corolla from the US to 18 markets in the Caribbean and Latin America from 2014. The Japanese automaker said it will start manufacturing the Corolla models aimed for exports in April 2014 at its Tupelo plant, Mississippi. The automaker plans to export more than 7,500 compact Corolla sedans to the Caribbean and Latin America in ...
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