Toyota saw markedly improved results in first-quarter fiscal 2013, ended June 30, but says it is sticking with its earnings forecast from May, while moderately raising its vehicle-sales target given the uncertainty in Europe and currency fluctuations. The Japanese auto maker reports sales of 2.269 million units worldwide in the April-June period, up 1.048 million from like-2011, reflecting its rebound from last year’s earthquake and tsunami, which sharply hampered ...

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