BEIJING — Toyota Motor Corp. aims to take a 10% market share in China within five to 10 years of beginning production here, officials say in a published report. Analysts see Toyota's 10% market share goal as an indication that the No.1 Japanese automaker is serious about a future in China, as well as a challenge to Volkswagen AG, which currently dominates the passenger car market. Toyota in 1998 exported 27,000 vehicles to China, giving the auto-maker a 1.7% market share. Toyota is ...
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