TOKYO, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday that it had received permission to set up a bank in Nevada, the United States, to provide settlement and other financial services to its dealers. Toyota, which makes most of its profits in North America, said the bank would be set up with $10 million in capital, although it had not decided when operations would start. "We are still considering what kind of services we should offer through the bank, but they are likely to be cash ...
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