TOKYO, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , Japan's biggest automaker, said on Monday it had agreed with Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd to let Fuji's Subaru-brand vehicles carry its "G-Book" information and entertainment system. Under a basic agreement unveiled by the two Japanese automakers, Toyota's G-Book telematics system would be loaded into Subaru cars to be sold in Japan in and after 2004. G-Book, which is linked to the car navigation system, offers a wide range of interactive ...
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