Toyota seen worst hit among exporters by dlr drop


By Yoshifumi Takemoto TOKYO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp looks set to be hit the hardest among Japanese exporters by the dollar's tumble against the yen, having assumed what now appear to be the riskiest currency rates for the rest of its business year. Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, has assumed an average dollar rate of 90 yen for the October-March second half, compared with 85 yen at Honda Motor and Nissan Motor . On Thursday, the dollar sank to a 14-year low of ...

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