(For more on Toyota's safety recalls, click [ID:nN27231388]) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia autos correspondent TOKYO, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Two days after his appointment as president of Toyota Motor Corp last June, Akio Toyoda delivered his vision for steering the company founded by his grandfather: make better cars to contribute to society. Just eight months later, Toyota is preparing to defend himself in front of U.S. lawmakers convinced that the world's biggest automaker was working to much ...
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