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In today's edition, they discuss how Toyota has now decided to export some Camrys made in Kentucky halfway around the world to South Korea as a result of the strength of the yen, which cuts into the Japanese automaker's profits significantly when the company produces a vehicle in Japan and sells it elsewhere. This is a potential game-changing decision.

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