By Tom Brown DETROIT, April 27 (Reuters) - With friends like Toyota Motor Corp. do struggling General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. really need enemies? That question has been making the rounds among auto industry observers since Monday, when Toyota Chairman Hiroshi Okuda suggested Japanese automakers should raise their U.S. car prices to help GM and Ford out of the deepening financial mess they're in. Higher prices would slow U.S. sales for Toyota and other Japanese giants like ...
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