TOKYO – Toyota will report ¥3.0 trillion ($39.5 billion) in operating profits in fiscal 2015, according to an industry study by Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research. The investment house projects earnings will grow 31.0% from fiscal 2013 levels of ¥2.3 trillion ($22.4 billion) on record sales of ¥27.0 trillion ($264.3 billion), up 5.1% over the 2-year period. Goldman Sachs attributes the upbeat forecast to the automaker's continued focus on cost-cutting and ...

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