Toyota announces steady growth in Middle East sales
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Toyota announces steady growth in Middle East sales

Toyota  announces steady growth in Middle East sales

Toyota registered a steady growth in sales in the Middle East (GCC, Yemen, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq) selling 356,805 units in the first half of 2014 which is a six percent growth in sales as compared to the same period in 2013, The Peninsula Qatar reported. Toyota's sales saw a balanced growth across its diverse portfolio of sedans, SUVs and pickups to maintain its leadership position in the region. Takayuki Yoshitsugu, Chief Representative of Middle East & North Africa Representative Office, Toyota Motor Corporation, said: "The consistent growth in sales during the first half of this year validates the success of Toyota's new design direction in terms of developing more emotionally compelling products to connect with consumers. We are committed to making vehicles that have Waku-Doki which translates to being exciting and fun to drive and this has also resulted in a quantum jump in customer satisfaction while giving them the peace of mind of Toyota ownership. "
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