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Toyota Motor Corp.’s China sales surged in November, suggesting Japanese brands are escaping the consumer backlash they faced last year over the Senkaku Islands dispute.

Deliveries to China rose 41 percent to 89,800 vehicles in November, raising the 11-month total to 809,000 units, according to a statement from the company Monday. Barring an 18 percent plunge this month, the maker of the Camry will post record sales in the world’s biggest auto market this year.

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