PARIS — Toyota Motor Corp. says it is right on track to grab 800,000 sales or 5% market share in Europe by 2005, with 1 million sales not far off. “We are actually this year a bit ahead of plan,” says Tadashi Arashima, senior vice president of Toyota Motor Europe. The automaker expects to sell 650,000 units or more this year thanks to a vigorous market and the sales success of the Yaris. After 2003 or 2004, the model lineup will be rejuvenated and the automaker will be in full swing, ...
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