UPDATE 1-Toyota memo raises stakes for Washington hearings


* Document trumpets $100 mln-plus floor mat savings * Comes ahead congressional hearings Tuesday, Wednesday * Toyota: one document does not define safety focus * U.S. Transport Dept says document "very telling" * U.S. aware of acceleration complaints back in 2003 (Adds details from document, recalls, background) By John Crawley and Kevin Krolicki WASHINGTON, Feb 21 (Reuters) - A Toyota Motor Corp document raised new questions about whether it stalled on a U.S. regulatory response ...

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