TOKYO, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp will consider selling locally designed and manufactured all-electric vehicles in China, as it looks to expand its lineup and comply with Beijing's upcoming new-energy vehicle (NEV) production and sales quotas, its head of China operations said at the Guangzhou Auto Show.
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> Nissan's Infiniti to start producing new SUV in China next year
> Toyota to consider selling locally developed EVs in China
> Daimler to invest $755 mln in China for electric car, battery
> GM's Cadillac expects China sales to jump 60 pct in 2017