Daihatsu sees 2004 global sales up 8.8 pct


TOKYO, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Daihatsu Motor Corp , the minivehicle arm of auto maker Toyota Motor Corp , said on Monday it expected its global sales to climb nearly nine percent this year, helped by brisk demand abroad. Japan's second-largest maker of minivehicles said it expected domestic sales to rise 3.3 percent, exports to climb 2.0 percent and overseas production to jump nearly 37 percent. Combining those numbers, the auto maker sees total sales of around 848,000 units, an 8.8 percent ...

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