MUMBAI – Toyota Motor Corp.’s Indian strategy has been under wraps for some time, but details slowly are emerging and one of them is confirmation that a new global small car could be produced here first. Toyota Chairman Fujio Cho, who visited New Delhi last week as a member of a business delegation led by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, says the auto maker currently is developing a low-cost small car for the emerging BRIC markets: Brazil, Russia, India and China; and possibly for ...

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