By Jake Sherman WASHINGTON, Feb 24 (POLITICO) - The namesake of one of the world's most storied automakers will come to Capitol Hill Wednesday to offer a public apology and clear up confusion over what caused deadly defects that lead to the recall of more than eight million Toyotas. Akio Toyoda, whose grandfather founded the Japanese auto giant, is being trailed by a horde of Japanese media on his way to Capitol Hill, and he is seeking to save the company's damaged reputation. But ...
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