TOKYO – It would be hard to find an auto maker more exuberant about the Chinese market than Japan's normally cautious and conservative Toyota Motor Corp. "Motorization has barely begun in China," says Toyota President Fujio Cho, who discounts talk of an overheated Chinese economy and sees no end in sight to the remarkable growth of the country's auto market. He says private ownership took off in Japan after the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo and foresees a similar trend in China following ...
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