UPDATE 3-Toyota to pass GM as top auto maker in 2006-paper


(Adds analyst, fund manager comments) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. will raise vehicle output by 11 percent next year, unseating General Motors Corp. as the world's biggest manufacturer of automobiles, a Japanese newspaper reported on Wednesday. Toyota, whose profits and market value already dwarf those of its rivals, plans to raise group output to more than 9.2 million vehicles worldwide in 2006, or nearly 1 million more than ...

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