FACTBOX-What has Toyota pledged to change?


DETROIT, Feb 23 (Reuters) - A month into a safety crisis that has rocked its reputation and results, Toyota Motor Corp on Tuesday detailed new steps it would take to shore up quality standards that the automaker said had slipped during a period of fast growth. Here's a review of the steps that Toyota executives told congressional investigators the automaker was taking to overhaul its operations and to improve its safety record after a string of costly and embarrassing recalls: MORE LOCAL ...

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