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Massive Recalls Behind It, Toyota Ready to Resume Business as Biggest Carmaker

Journalists look at a model vehicle during a media briefing on Toyota Motor Corp.'s new "architecture" in Toyota, central Japan Thursday, March 26, 2015. After extended introspection at the world's biggest automaker, Toyota says it has put its massive recalls behind it and is preparing to re-engage its growth engine once again. The first cars under the system, medium-sized front-wheel drive cars, will roll out later this year, and will be expanded to half its lineup by 2020, Toyota said. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)
Journalists look at a model vehicle during a media briefing on Toyota Motor Corp.'s new "architecture" in Toyota, central Japan Thursday, March 26, 2015. After extended introspection at the world's biggest automaker, Toyota says it has put its massive recalls behind it and is preparing to re-engage its growth engine once again. The first cars under the system, medium-sized front-wheel drive cars, will roll out later this year, and will be expanded to half its lineup by 2020, Toyota said. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)

TOYOTA, Japan—After extended introspection at the world’s biggest automaker, Toyota says it has put its massive recalls behind it and is preparing to re-engage its...




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