EXCLUSIVE: BELGIUM: Toyota Europe sticks to 790,000 2003 forecast, could build 200,000 more cars in current plants
Toyota Motor Europe is sticking with its 790,000-unit forecast for 2003 despite the Iraq situation and slightly weaker European growth than foreseen when the target was set in September-October last year, senior vice-president for sales Thierry Dombreval told just-auto.com in an interview. The company has also reviewed European production capacity and believes it could get an extra 200,000 units a year from existing facilities, he added, writes deputy editor Graeme Roberts.
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