MELBOURNE – Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. records a A$2.7 million ($1.5 million) loss for 2001-02 on sales of A$7.1 billion ($4 billion), but predicts a return to profitability. The reporting period to March 31 actually covered 15 months, as the company aligned itself with its parent's global reporting period. Toyota Australia reported a A$6.3 million loss in the prior year. "Given the extent of our development activity, I expect that Toyota Australia will report a positive result ...

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