TOYOTA CITY, Japan, March 30 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said its 50-member Special Committee for Global Quality, chaired by President Akio Toyoda, met for the first time on Tuesday at the automaker's headquarters in Toyota city. Quality chief Shinichi Sasaki also attended. Following are main points from a Toyota statement: * To ensure optimal and prompt recall decision-making, Toyota's safety executives, on behalf of newly appointed chief quality officers (CQO) around the world, ...
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