Bumpy ride for Toyota in quake aftermath

Automobile giant sees profits fall by 50 per cent after earthquake damaged plants.

    The Japanese government says damage from the quake and tsunami could total to more than $300bn.

    And the nation's car-making giants are also suffering. 

    Toyota saw its quarterly profits fall by 50 per cent, because of damaged plants

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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