TROY, MI – The Japanese company that invented the notion of “constant improvement” is taking its own advice, says its new president of North American operations. The subsidiary will return to profitability or breakeven at the end of the next fiscal year, Toyota Motor North America Inc. President Yoshi Inaba predicts. “It’s a hard goal, but we’re working to make it happen.” Indeed, there are signs an economic recovery is on the horizon, he says, forecasting U.S. sales to hit the 10 ...
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