TOKYO — Japanese automakers doing well in North America booked record net profits in the April-June quarter while others reliant on markets elsewhere saw profit declines, their earnings releases show. All seven major automakers announced quarterly results by Tuesday. Toyota Motor, Nissan Motor and Fuji Heavy Industries — the company behind the Subaru brand — […]
Komatsu Ltd., the world’s second-biggest maker of construction equipment, said third-quarter profit rose 5.5 percent, aided by sales in North America and a weaker yen. Net income rose to 38.5 billion yen ($326 million) in the three months ended Dec. 31 from 36.5 billion yen a year earlier, the Tokyo-based company said today in a […]
Nissan has reported better-than-expected profits, helped by the weakening yen and by a recovery in sales in China. Japan’s second-biggest carmaker said profit rose 57% to 84.3bn yen ($825m; £503m) for the last months of 2013, beating analysts’ estimates. It also sold a record 5.1 million vehicles globally last year. The positive results come three […]
Capacity would eventually be raised to 150,000 vehicles. “Adding 150,000 units of production capacity will not only enable us to raise our competitiveness in the domestic market but will ensure Thailand’s position as a key strategic global export hub for Nissan,” executive vice-president Hiroto Saikawa said in a statement.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation earlier this week announced that its 2012 model all-electric powered i-MiEV (Mitsubishi innovative Electric Vehicle) car or simply “i”, will have an entry-level base price of $29,125 (excluding destination charges and federal and state tax incentives) when it begins its nationwide rollout this summer in the United States market…… Given increasing alternative […]
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