Toyota’s independent North American Quality Advisory Panel, formed in March 2010 to investigate the company’s response to unintended acceleration woes and offer advice on operations and communications at the Japanese auto maker, calls for greater autonomy for the auto maker’s North American unit. “Continue to increase North American involvement in the product-development and design process for vehicles in North American markets,” is one recommendation of the panel, headed by former U.S. ...
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