TOKYO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , the world's biggest automaker, expects its new vehicle sales in Russia next year to fall below this year's level as the global financial turmoil slows sales there, Kyodo news agency reported. It quoted Toyota senior managing director Tadashi Arashima as saying in Moscow that sales in Russia had been strong until October and would likely total around 200,000 vehicles this year, up 30 percent. "Sales will likely fall a little bit next year," he ...
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