LONDON, March 24 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. , the world's second largest automaker, said it is likely to set up a plant in Russia within the next decade, according to Thursday's Times newspaper. The Times said Toyota President Fujio Cho also said in an interview that the Japanese company had dropped its insistence that Britain should join the euro and the decision was now of little relevance. Toyota, one of the biggest investors in Britain, said last year that UK membership of the ...
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