(Adds company comments, Toyota report, background) TOKYO, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Japanese minivehicle maker Daihatsu Motor Co. said on Monday it aims to boost global sales by 5.4 percent in 2007, a move that could help parent Toyota Motor Corp. topple General Motors Corp. as the world's biggest auto maker next year. Daihatsu expects to sell 1.002 million vehicles worldwide in calendar 2007, driven by an expected 11 percent rise in overseas sales to 367,000 units and a 2.4 percent increase in ...
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