TOKYO — This year Koji Hasegawa, a Toyota Motor Corp. managing director, is commuting to China monthly — or more often if necessary. He is point man as Toyota works out the details of a plan to produce cars in China and he readily admits there is plenty of working out to be done. The first step, securing Beijing's approval of a Toyota feasibility study, was taken in January. Next on the agenda: Negotiation of a contract with Tianjin Automotive Industrial Corp., which will need government ...
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