Toyota says NE Japan disaster to hit earnings, output


TOYOTA CITY, Japan, April 1 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda said on Friday that the devastating earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan would hurt the company's earnings in the business year that just started, although he gave no details. He reiterated that it remained uncertain when the company would resume full production after the March 11 disaster disrupted its supply chains, but emphasised that priority should be placed on recovery in the country's devastated ...

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