Toyota Motor Corp. says it may increase European production in order to begin selling in Russia and Central and Eastern Europe. Toyota already has said it will hike production to 500,000 units in Britain, France and Turkey by early next year. It also plans to increase European production of diesel engines and transmissions, among other components. In 2001, Toyota installed its first sales team, OOO Toyota Motor, in Russia in hopes of gaining market share. Toyota hopes to sell 20,000 ...

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