For more on Toyota's safety recall, click [ID:nN27231388] * Quality problems follow period of rapid expansion * Company wary of backlash after taking top spot By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia autos correspondent TOKYO, Jan 28 (Reuters) - When Toyota Motor Corp was on the brink of overtaking General Motors [GM.UL] as the world's biggest automaker in 2008, executives were busy sending out warning signals about the dangers of being No.1. Toyota is now witnessing the realisation of those fears, ...
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