UPDATE 1-Toyota helping staff leave China's capital


(Updates throughout, changes dateline, PVS TOKYO) SHANGHAI, April 24 (Reuters) - Japanese carmaker Toyota denied on Thursday a media report it had ordered staff out of Beijing as SARS spreads across China, but said it was helping Japanese staff and families wishing to go home for holidays. "We're not putting pressure on any of our employees. If they want to go back to Japan for the holidays, we'll help make things more convenient for them," said Sun Tuoya, a Toyota spokeswoman in ...

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