TOKYO, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. , the world's second-largest auto maker, plans to have 1,000 sales outlets in China by 2010, aiming to expand its share of a growing market, the Yomiuri daily reported on Thursday. The paper said the company had 140 outlets at the end of 2003. A Toyota spokeswoman said the firm was verifying the report. Toyota wants to expand its China sales network quickly to catch up with German car maker Volkswagen AG , which has 1,010 outlets, so that it ...
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