Toyota Motor Corp. says net income rose 0.8% to ¥1.17 trillion ($11.1 billion) and consolidated operating income was up 0.3% to ¥1.67 trillion ($15.8 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31. Net revenues for the auto maker increased as well, up 7.3% to ¥18.55 trillion ($175.9 billion). Toyota says a ¥230 billion ($2.2 billion) improvement in marketing costs and ¥160 billion ($1.5 billion) in other cost-reduction efforts helped offset negative effects in currency exchange rates, which ...

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