Toyota’s Chief Steps Forward to Apologize for Problems
NAGOYA, JAPAN — The president of Toyota apologized at a hastily arranged news conference Friday night for the quality problems that led to the recall of more than nine million cars worldwide.
He also pledged that the Japanese automaker would soon announce steps to address brake problems on the 2010 Prius.
Akio Toyoda, grandson of Toyota’s founder, spoke in his first formal remarks since the uproar enveloping his company, the world’s largest automaker, and took personal responsibility for the problems.
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