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Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co., Japan’s largest and third-largest carmakers, led a rise in domestic output last month, as overseas demand boosted exports.

The country’s 12 automakers boosted their combined output 6.8 percent to 924,897 vehicles in May, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association said in a statement Friday. Exports climbed 10 percent to 528,617.

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