Toyota Motor Corp. reports a fiscal third quarter 2002 profit of ¥216 billion ($1.8 billion), almost doubling the ¥111.4 billion ($931.3 million) earned in like-2001. Toyota also saw its operating profit increase in the quarter by 23% to ¥379.44 billion ($3.2 billion) thanks to strong sales of SUVs and other light trucks in the U.S. Net sales for the quarter totaled ¥4.18 trillion ($34.9 billion), a 13.2% increase over like-2001. Toyota sold 1.58 million vehicles in the quarter, up ...

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