Toyota sees global sales up 4 pct to record in 2004


NAGOYA, Japan, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , the world's third-biggest auto maker, said on Thursday it expects its global group-wide auto sales next year to rise 4 percent to a record 7.08 million vehicles. Japan's top auto maker expects the group, which includes minivehicle maker Daihatsu Motor Co Ltd and truck maker Hino Motors Ltd , to have sold an estimated 6.78 million in 2003. For the Toyota brand only, it expects to sell 6.33 million vehicles, up 4 percent.

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