FRANKFURT – On the heels of better-than-expected auto sales in Western Europe, Toyota Motor Corp. announces a new long-term sales goal of 1.2 million units by 2010. The Japanese auto maker uses the Frankfurt auto show here to reveal its ambitious plan for the region, buoyed by record sales. Through August, Toyota sold more than 560,000 units – up 8% from year-ago, says Takis Athanasopoulos, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Toyota Motor Marketing Europe. ...
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