(For a Toyota Take a Look, click: [ID:nN27231388]) By Yoko Nishikawa TOYOTA CITY, Japan, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Anxious Toyota workers in the automaker's hometown rallied behind their president after he faced a grilling from U.S. lawmakers over the company's safety problems, but many fear the crisis is far from over. Thousands of miles away in Washington, Toyota Motor Corp's chief Akio Toyoda appeared before a sometimes hostile congressional panel, where he apologised for any accidents ...
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