It looks like there’s going to be a new king of the hill in the auto industry. For the first time in 77 years, it appears that General Motors — which is ironically celebrating its 100th anniversary this year — will NOT be the biggest automaker in the world, replaced by Toyota. According to published reports, Toyota sold nearly 300,000 more vehicles than GM during the first half of this year, a gap that will be almost impossible for the General to make up.
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