Toyota sees more growth in U.S. market share


LAS VEGAS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. , which unseated Ford Motor Co. as the world's second-biggest automaker last year, expects to grab more market share in Ford's own backyard this year, a top executive said on Friday. Some industry analysts have begun to predict a near-term loss in U.S. market share at Toyota, which they see as losing momentum and facing various headwinds after steady growth since the mid-1970s. But Jim Press, executive vice president and chief operating ...

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