By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent NAGOYA, Japan, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. forecast on Tuesday it would increase output by 10 percent next year to a record 9.06 million vehicles, a level that could see the Japanese group overtake General Motors Corp. as the world's top car maker. A switch at the top could come just three years after the maker of the Camry sedan unseated Ford Motor Co. for the No. 2 spot in 2003 as it raced to add capacity in every corner of the world ...
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