DETROIT – The surge in U.S. light-vehicle sales will continue unless it is derailed by rising tensions in the Middle East, a top Toyota official says. “What worries me is global politics,” Bob Carter, senior vice president-automotive operations for Toyota U.S., tells media here following an appearance at the Automotive Press Assn. “What’s going on in the Middle East…may or may not affect fuel prices or consumer confidence,” he ...

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