CHENNAI, India – Toyota Motor Corp. has big plans for India. The Japanese auto maker, which currently controls about 5% of the car market here, is looking to lock up a 10% share of a projected 2 million-unit vehicle sector by 2010 and a 15% stake in a 4 million-unit industry by 2015. It is unusual for the auto maker’s Indian subsidiary, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Ltd., to disclose such targets this far in advance. But Managing Director Atsushi Toyoshima shows no hesitation in outlining his ...

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