Toyota Australia ends three years of losses, reporting a profit of A$220.9 million ($206.5 million) for the fiscal year ended March 31. After-tax profit was A$149.1 million ($139.7 million) as revenue jumped 23% to A$8.9 billion ($8.3 billion). Toyota received A$72 million ($67.3 million) in grants from federal and state governments. The auto maker reported a A$33 million ($30.8 million) loss in the prior year. Australian sales of the Toyota and Lexus brands climbed 20% to 225,599 ...

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