Toyota says Tomen support talks move ahead


TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) - The chairman of Japanese auto giant Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday that talks concerning the Toyota group's support for debt-laden trading house affiliate Tomen Corp were moving in a positive direction. Tomen said over a month ago it was seeking help from the group to reconstruct itself. Asked at a news conference why the negotiations were taking so long, Hiroshi Okuda said: "I think it's because the talks are going forward and they are discussing asset ...

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