DEARBORN -- Incentives are a travesty, there is no scenario in which Toyota Motor Corp. passes the Chrysler Group in North American market share and the car maker has no plans for additional layoffs under its turnaround plan, Dieter Zetsche bluntly outlines at an automotive conference here. “I see no scenario in which Toyota would pass us in share,” Zetsche says, given Chrysler’s 4% lead during a short-term period of production adjustment that will be followed by capacity growth once the ...
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