Toyota Motor Corp. says it saw increases in its operating profit, net profit and revenue during first-quarter fiscal 2004 (ended June 30). Toyota’s operating profit rose 32% to ¥448.62 billion ($4.1 billion) for the April-June period, from ¥340.77 billion ($3.1 billion) in like-2003. Net profit also climbed, up 29% to ¥286.62 billion ($2.6 billion), while sales increased 10.2% to ¥4.510 trillion ($40.8 billion), largely on the strength of Toyota-brand U.S. sales. Toyota specifically ...
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