Toyota President Akio Toyoda introduced the 2018 Toyota Camry earlier this year at the North American International Auto Show. A back-to-back profit decline forecast for Toyota would be the first for Japan’s largest automaker since 1994 and a setback for Toyoda, who has made it a goal to insulate the company from the boom-and-bust cycles in the auto industry.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda introduced the 2018 Toyota Camry earlier this year at the North American International Auto Show. A back-to-back profit decline forecast for Toyota would be the first for Japan’s largest automaker since 1994 and a setback for Toyoda, who has made it a goal to insulate the company from the boom-and-bust cycles in the auto industry. Carlos Osorio AP
Toyota President Akio Toyoda introduced the 2018 Toyota Camry earlier this year at the North American International Auto Show. A back-to-back profit decline forecast for Toyota would be the first for Japan’s largest automaker since 1994 and a setback for Toyoda, who has made it a goal to insulate the company from the boom-and-bust cycles in the auto industry. Carlos Osorio AP

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Toyota chief says he’s looking at spending cuts as profit slides

May 11, 2017 4:01 PM

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