DETROIT -- Toyota Motor Corp. plans to revamp it sales and marketing organization in Europe, published report say. The company, which already has committed to cutting its production and development costs by 30% in the region, now says it plans to cut sales and marketing expenses by 20% within the next three years. The goal is part of Toyota’s plan to break even in Europe by 2003. Toyota executives say they are working closely with their national sales and marketing companies to achieve the ...

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