TOKYO Dec 7 (Reuters) - A high-ranking Toyota Motor Corp executive believes that it will take the automaker a year to recover from the effects of a diplomatic row between Japan and China, the Kyodo news agency reported on Friday. Calls for boycotts of Japanese goods in response to a territorial dispute over the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea took a heavy toll of Toyota's sales in China, falling 50 percent in September and 44 percent in October. The ...
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