Toyota expects 19 pct Indian sales rise in 2004


BANGALORE, Feb 19 (Reuters) - The Indian unit of Japan's Toyota Motor Corp expects to sell around 48,200 cars in 2004, up 19 percent from last year, company officials said on Thursday. Having broken into the market with its hot-selling Qualis multi-utility vehicle, Toyota now aims to sell even more sedans, tapping India's rising household incomes and low interest rates. Toyota has used a strategy of strong marketing and customer service to take on established utility vehicle leader ...

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