TOKYO – Japan’s Big Three auto makers are on a trajectory to achieve record earnings in the next three years, aided by more favorable exchange rates, the bottom-line effects of intense cost-cutting and the planned rollout of a number of new and revamped models, according to a senior analyst at CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets. Chris Richter, head of Japan research for the brokerage and investment group, predicts Toyota will see global production and sales grow to a record 9.4 ...
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