WRAPUP 1-Toyota, Nissan vow to do better; green cars key


* Executives see no market recovery in near term * Toyota keeps faith in hybrids, EVs to take time * Nissan CEO Ghosn seeks to knock down hybrid hype * Nissan to build at least 100,000 EVs a year in 2011 or 2012 By Chang-Ran Kim and Nobuhiro Kubo YOKOHAMA/TOYOTA CITY, Japan, June 23 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp and Nissan Motor Co promised shareholders they would do better to recover from the worst industry downturn in a generation, each focusing on different types of cleaner cars ...

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