Toyota leader to defend company in China

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Toyota President Akio Toyoda plans to appear in Beijing on Monday to reassure Chinese consumers the company is committed to making safe vehicles, according to a published report.

On its Web site Saturday, The Wall Street Journal reported that a company spokesman said Toyoda will speak in Beijing as part of a broader effort to restore the auto maker's reputation.

Toyoda was in Washington this week meeting with Toyota dealers and facing questions from skeptical U.S. lawmakers over the company's recall of more than 8.5 million vehicles due to cases in which its vehicles sped out of control.

U.S. Toyota representatives said they could not confirm Toyoda's plans to travel to Beijing.

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