Monday, March 30, 2015   

Toyota sees nine-month net profit more than doubled
(02-04 14:37)

Toyota said Tuesday that its nine-month net earnings more than doubled to US$15 billion on a sharp drop in the yen and surging overseas sales, and said it was on track for a record annual profit.
The world's biggest automaker said it earned 1.52 trillion yen between April and December on sales of 19.12 trillion yen, while it boosted its full-year to March profit forecast to a record 1.90 trillion yen. --AFP
   
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