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March 1, 2021
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(wgvu) - If Toyota has eyes on taking the title of world's
largest automaker from General Motors next year, it won't happen
without a fight.
G-M Chief Executive Rick Wagoner says his company has room for
growth worldwide and will forcefully defend its title.
Toyota last month announced a global production target of
nine-point-four (m) million vehicles for 2008.
That would easily exceed the nine-point-two (m) million vehicles
G-M is estimated to have produced in 2006.
Wagoner wouldn't reveal the company's 2007 production targets.
But he said G-M has the capacity to build more than nine-point-four
(m) million cars worldwide.
He says G-M will fight for every sale.
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