Toyota Motor Corp. posts a fiscal 2004 third-quarter operating profit of ¥422.9 billion ($4.0 billion), an increase of 5.3% over third-quarter 2003. In the October-December period, net revenue was ¥4.64 trillion ($44.4 billion) on a consolidated basis, up 5.9% over year-ago. Toyota’s net income in the quarter rose 3.5% to ¥296.5 billion ($2.8 billion). In Japan, Toyota sold 573,000 units, a 3.5%, or 19,000-unit, increase over year-ago. The auto maker credits new models, the Isis and Mark ...
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