Toyota Motor Corp. will provide Mazda Motor Corp. with the technology for its G-Book, a Japanese network information and vehicle-navigation service. Mazda aims to introduce the service in its vehicles next year. Toyota began providing its G-Book service to Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. last August and already has announced similar agreements with Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. Toyota says its decision to share its technology is based on the belief that it is important ...

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