From WSJ

Toyota Motor Corp. said it plans to start exporting about 6,000 U.S.-assembled Camry sedans a year toSouth Korea beginning next month.

The Camrys will be produced at Toyota’s manufacturing plant in Georgetown, Ky. The plant is Toyota’slargest production outside of Japan, employing nearly 7,000 workers.

The decision marks the first time the U.S.-assembled Camry will be exported outside of North America. The vehicles are due to arrive in South Korea beginning in January.

As a side note, this is what a functioning market does when you have spent beyond your means or you’re not as rich as you thought you were.

You produce things that get to be consumed by other people. You don’t shutter factories and send your workers home to eat Cheetos and watch the Real Housewives.

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