(Writes through with new quotes and background) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, July 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , the world's third-largest automaker, boosted its 2002 group global sales target by 3.3 percent on Monday, expecting an increase in overseas sales despite a surge in the yen. Japan's largest automaker said it expects to sell 6.19 million vehicles this calendar year, up 200,000 from an original plan and 4.4 percent higher from a year ago, on robust sales in Europe and Asia, and ...
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