TOKYO, April 24 (Reuters) - Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. took a step closer to unseating General Motors Corp. as the world's biggest automaker, outselling its U.S. rival by around 90,000 units in the first quarter. Both auto giants reported record sales for January-March, but Japan's top carmaker inched past Detroit-based GM as it ate into the struggling icon's market share on its home turf. Toyota, maker of the Camry sedan -- the United State's most popular car -- said on Tuesday its ...
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