Toyota says won't up prices to help US auto sector


TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) - Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. said on Tuesday it was not thinking of adjusting the price of its cars to help the U.S. auto industry, adding that prices should be decided by the market. "Our basic stance is that prices are something for the market to determine," a spokesman at the world's second-biggest auto maker said. "We are not thinking about changing (vehicle) prices in order to help the U.S. auto industry," he said. A day earlier, Toyota Chairman Hiroshi ...

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