TOKYO, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. aims to increase its U.S. sales by 21 percent by 2008 as it adds more popular subcompact and hybrid models to its lineup, the Nihon Keizai daily reported on Monday, citing company officials. The paper said the world's second-biggest auto maker aimed to sell 2.5 million new vehicles in the United States in 2008, up from 2.06 million units in 2004. The company targets U.S. sales of 2.22 million units this year. A Toyota spokesman said the company ...
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