TOYOTA CITY, Japan, June 22 (Reuters) - In the auto industry these days, it's good to be Toyota -- and not just because its sales are soaring. At the company's annual general meeting in Toyota City on Friday, executives were thanked and praised by shareholders, including a local woman who was literally moved to tears as she told the gathering how proud she was to be a resident of the city named after the world's biggest automaker. "I don't have any question. I just want to thank you for ...
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