DETROIT, Jan 24 (Reuters) - An influential automotive publication named Toyota Motor Corp as the world's largest automaker on Thursday after cutting General Motors Corp's reported total 2007 sales at a China venture. GM and Toyota both have reported 2007 sales of roughly 9.37 million vehicles, with GM slightly higher than Toyota, but Automotive News said on Thursday more than 516,000 vehicles produced by GM's Wuling joint venture should be excluded, which would push GM to No. 2 on the ...
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