UPDATE 1-Toyota boosts 2002 global sales target


(Recasts, adds more Toyota comments, details, share price) TOKYO, July 29 (Reuters) - The world's third-largest automaker, Toyota Motor Corp , boosted its 2002 sales target on Monday by 3.3 percent, expecting a increase in overseas sales despite a surge in the yen. Japan's largest automaker said it expects to sell 6.19 million vehicles this year, up 200,000 from an original plan and compared with group sales of 5.93 million in calendar 2001. The revision came despite a 12 percent rise ...

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