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Toyota

(toi-ō`tə, Jap. tōyō`tä), city (1990 pop. 332,336), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is a major industrial center dominated by the Toyota Motor Company, which produces passenger vehicles and auto parts there.
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operates under a standard that provides total waste management based on Toyota Motor Manufacturing's zero-landfill philosophies and on ISO 14001 standards, which specify a process for controlling and improving a company's environmental performance.
We participate regularly in quarterly Canadian Toyota dealer network roundtable meetings," Knudsen says.
The agreement is in line with Toyota's pan-European strategy of directly controlling product distribution in key markets, as it aims to achieve a 5% market share in Europe by 2005, Toyota said.