POLITICO-Toyota CEO 'deeply sorry'


By Jake Sherman WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (POLITICO) - Toyota's president and CEO plans to tell a House investigative committee Wednesday that the company's rapid expansion in recent years may have compromised the auto giant's commitment for safety. In prepared testimony for the House Oversight and Government Reform committee, CEO Akio Toyoda plans to tell Chairman Ed Towns' (D-N.Y.) committee that Toyota "pursued growth over the speed at which we were able to develop our people and our ...

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