NAGOYA, Japan, March 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said on Monday it aimed to grab an even bigger share of the Japanese market through a planned merger of two sales channels that would create a new distribution and product brand. Outlining details of the new "Netz" sales channel, which will kick off in May after combining the existing Netz and Vista dealerships, Toyota said it would aim to create a unique brand to target the nearly 60 percent of Japanese customers who don't drive a ...
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