TOKYO, June 25 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor chief Akio Toyoda's pay package was below 100 million yen ($1.1 million) last year, less than what his peers at Honda Motor and Nissan Motor made, securities filings showed. Toyoda, grandson of company founder Kiichiro Toyoda, was not among the four Toyota executives whose total compensation in the year to March exceeded 100 million yen. Listed Japanese companies must reveal executive pay above 100 million yen starting this year. Toyoda, whose pay ...
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