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Toyota, Fiat report fall in US auto sales in January

Toyota, Fiat report fall in US auto sales in January

2/2/2019 12:41:00 AM

Toyota , Fiat report fall in US auto sales in January

Toyota Motor Corp on Friday reported a 6.6 percent fall in U.S. vehicle sales for January, hurt by lower demand for its Camry and Prius cars.

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