Toyota Motor Corp. projects that sales and production trends established this year will continue into 2003. The No.1 Japanese auto maker forecasts global sales to rise 5% to 5.79 million units next year, up from an expected 5.52 million for 2002 – which represents a 5% rise over last year. Overseas sales, outside of Japan, are seen as rising to 4.07 million vehicles, up 6% over this year, easing its pace slightly from this year’s 8% year-on-year increase. Domestic sales are ...

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