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Toyota Motor Corp. is considering building a new engine plant in the United States by 2004 in an effort to comply with local content ratio rules under the North American Free Trade Agreement, company executives said Thursday.

The engines will be used in the Tundra pickup truck produced at its Indiana plant, the executives said in confirming earlier news reports.

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