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Japan Quake Hits Automobile Industry

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Following Japan's earthquake and nuclear disaster that has slashed away the local output by almost two-thirds in March; the Toyota Motor Co is forced to lose its crown of being the world's largest automaker.

Toyota Production Will Tighten Up in the End of 2011

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The domestic production of the Toyota Motors is being expected to come back to its normal position by the end of this year, which was suspended after the devastating quake and tsunami of March 11.

The Toyota Motor Corp. said that the production will return to the normal position in July, while the production in foreign countries will normalize in August.

Toyota to Develop In-Car Electronics System in Collaboration with Microsoft

Toyota to Develop In-Car Electronics System in Collaboration with Microsoft

Toyota has decided to collaborate with Microsoft in order to develop an in-car electronics system for its vehicles and it is believed that this system would help the Toyota's battery-powered vehicles to work in a more efficient manner.

Toyota Freed from the Fault Allegation

Toyota Freed from the Fault Allegation

Toyota that was held responsible for causing a doctor's 2005 scion to suddenly accelerate and smash into a tree has been freed by the Federal jury in Central Islip, New York. It's the first verdict by a U. S. jury regarding sudden acceleration issues involving Toyota vehicles.

Japan Auto Profits Hit

Japan Auto Profits Hit

Toyota Motor Corp., the world’s largest automobile industry claimed that its profits have been hit after Japan was hit by a powerful earthquake and tsunami last month. This has caused a huge decline in the automobile sales in the entire country.

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