WASHINGTON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Toyota North America President Jim Press said on Wednesday that November sales were up 9 percent so far over the year-ago month. Press also told reporters at an electric car conference that the Toyota Motor Corp. unit expects slightly less sales volume for the full year in 2007 than in 2006. "It may be better than people are forecasting," he said. "There may be a little less volume than this year." So far, November sales have been "very good," Press said, ...
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