By Tom Brown LAS VEGAS, Jan. 30 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. urged U.S. auto dealers to clean up their act on Friday and crack down on poor customer treatment and alleged corrupt practices at car dealerships across the country. "We're losing the battle in the court of public opinion," Jim Press, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Toyota's U.S. subsidiary, said in a speech to dealers gathered in Las Vegas for an annual convention opening on Saturday. "Press ...
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