(adds quotes, closing share price, writes through) By Tiffany Wu SHANGHAI, Aug 29 (Reuters) - China and Japan's largest auto makers, FAW and Toyota Motor Corp , cemented a strategic partnership on Thursday aimed at grabbing 10 percent of the burgeoning China car market by 2010, company officials said. They signed a broad agreement in Beijing's Great Hall of the People to produce 300,000 to 400,000 cars for the China market by that year, ranging from luxury sedans to compacts to ...
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