TOKYO, March 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. plans to develop its own standards for in-car software as information technology becomes the focus of global competition among major automakers, the Nikkei business daily said on Thursday. The paper said the move by Japan's top automaker is aimed at boosting efficiency and keeping an edge over competitors in new key areas such as safety as automobiles become increasingly computerised and increased complexity drives up software development ...
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