Subaru Corp. said Wednesday it aims to lift global production 11 percent to a record 1.10 million vehicles in 2020, reflecting solid demand in the U.S. market and a full recovery in domestic output following a series of quality-control scandals.
Subaru plans to produce 690,000 and 410,000 vehicles at home and overseas this year, respectively, both up 11 percent from 619,000 and 369,000 in 2019.
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