Toyota says first-half earnings for its current fiscal year ending March 31, 2012, fell compared with year-ago, as effects of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami in March and the strong yen hobbled the No.1 Japanese auto maker. For the April-September period, Toyota reports an operating loss of ¥32.6 billion ($419 million), compared with a profit of ¥323.1 billion ($4.15 billion) year-ago. The auto maker places the earthquake-related impact on operating income at ¥320 billion ($4.11 billion). ...

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