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Toyota Keeps The Top Spot In Sales

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Toyota Keeps The Top Spot In Sales

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Toyota Keeps The Top Spot In Sales

Toyota Keeps The Top Spot In Sales

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Toyota remains the world's top-selling automaker. Numbers released Friday show the Japanese company sold 4.9 million cars and trucks in the first half of the year, beating out rival General Motors.

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NPR's business news starts with Toyota holding onto the trophy.

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GREENE: Toyota remains the world's top-selling automaker. Numbers out today show the Japanese company sold 4.9 million cars and trucks in the first half of the year, beating out its rival General Motors.

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