TOKYO – Industry analysts are waiting for more details before giving a thumbs-up to Toyota’s “global vision” restructuring plan. Toyota, which revealed the plan on Wednesday, aims to build a foundation for sustainable profits even if production and sales remain at current annual levels of less than 7.5 million units. Outlining the plan at a packed news conference, Toyota President Akio Toyoda declares, “We must be ready to generate profits under any circumstance.” According to the ...

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