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Toyota pushes back plan on million-unit market

(China Daily) Updated: 2013-01-08 14:34

Toyota Motor Corp pushed back plans to make China its next million-unit market until after this year as Asia's biggest carmaker waits for anti-Japan sentiment to subside and demand to return to normal.

The maker of the Camry sedan, which until early September had forecast China sales would reach 1 million in 2012, said on Monday it expects deliveries in the country to rise about 7 percent to 900,000 units in 2013 after they fell 4.9 percent last year.

In December, sales fell 16 percent to 90,800, the sixth straight monthly drop, it said.

China Daily - Agencies


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