Toyota Motor Corp. forecasts 2006 worldwide sales at 7.91 million units and worldwide production at 8.11 million units. Adding expected results for Daihatsu and Hino brands brings the figures to 8.85 million and 9.06 million, respectively. Output of 9.06 million, a 10% increase from 2005’s 8.25 million units, would surpass General Motors Corp., based on current production, making Toyota the No.1 auto maker in the world. "We don’t want to be focused on whether we’re the number-one seller ...

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