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Toyota May Surpass GM in 2007 With Record Car Sales (Update3) - Bloomberg

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by News, Dec 22, 2006.

  1. News

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    Toyota May Surpass GM in 2007 With Record Car Sales (Update3)
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    [SIZE=-1]By Kae Inoue and Tetsuya Komatsu. Dec. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Toyota Motor Corp. expects demand for its fuel-efficient cars in the US, Asia and Europe to raise vehicle sales 6 percent in 2007, likely ending General ... [/SIZE]
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  2. warped

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    Has anyone ever figured out why Toyota's names its car models, names that the Japanese people cannot possibly pronounce?
     
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    hahahahahah.

    maybe they're just marketing their products towards the peopel in us
     
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    I dunno. I think it's just because they ran out of names
     
  5. Zenith

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    but yea toyota is kicking american industry in car
     
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