* Lawsuit involves economic loss claims over acceleration * Plaintiffs alleged enough facts to proceed -judge SAN FRANCISCO, April 29 (Reuters) - A U.S. judge has largely rejected Toyota Motor Corp's latest bid to dismiss a lawsuit from buyers who say their cars lost value because of unintended acceleration problems, according to a tentative ruling. Toyota has recalled 19 million vehicles globally since 2009 when it took the first in a series of measures to fix problems with sticky ...
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