Toyota Motor Corp.’s consolidated net revenue rose 14.8% to ¥5.33 trillion ($45.22 billion) in the company’s fiscal third quarter, ended Dec. 31, 2005. Operating income increased 14% to ¥482.2 billion ($4.09 billion). Currency translation effects, marketing efforts and cost-reduction efforts are factors Toyota cites as positive contributions to its third-quarter operating income. Net income jumped 34.1% to ¥397.5 billion ($3.37 billion). Toyota’s vehicle sales for the period reached ...

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