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WASHINGTON: Complaints of deaths connected to sudden acceleration in Toyota vehicles has surged in recent weeks, with the alleged death toll reaching 34 since 2000, according to new consumer data gathered by the government.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>
TOKYO: Toyota's president says he will speak sincerely to the U.S. Congress and the American people about his company's efforts to resolve safety problems behind massive recalls.
WASHINGTON: Toyota officials claimed they saved the company US$100 million by successfully negotiating with the government on a limited recall of floor mats in some Toyota and Lexus vehicles, according to new documents shared with congressional investigators.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>
WASHINGTON: Toyota Motor Corp revealed it faces a US criminal investigation into its handling of the safety problems that led to massive vehicle recalls, while a US congressional panel accused it of making apparently misleading statements.
HONG KONG (AP): Asian stocks were mixed Thursday after the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve reassured investors borrowing costs will stay at rock-bottom lows to revive the economy.
WASHINGTON (AP): Under blistering criticism, Toyota President Akio Toyoda personally and repeatedly apologized to Congress and millions of anxious American car-owners Wednesday for deadly defects in popular models produced by his Japanese company. But angry lawmakers forcefully declared it was hardly enough.
WASHINGTON: Toyota has recalled six million cars in the US over concerns about sudden acceleration. But an analysis of government documents shows that many Toyota Camrys built before 2007, which were not subject to recalls, have been linked to a comparable number of speed-control problems as recalled Camrys.