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[商业新闻] 【整理】 2007-02-18&21, 丰田难停上升势头

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in the race for the title of world largest auto maker TOYOUTA of Jp,prove Turesday is on track to unseat US car giant General motors.
we posed record high from sales net profit in our third quater,
in this latest quaterly earning report profits jump to 7% to more than 3 and half billion dollars the company sold enough camry sedans Prius hybrid electric cars and other vehicles in north America to warrant construction new factury there.

impressive thing about toyota there expending multiple regions at the same time,that giving them a lot momentum to take the number 1 spot.

drivers worldwide have prased TOYOUTA for making they consider low maintenance high mileage vehicles that formulas woking in north america what the automakers now thinking to bulid a 8 assembly plant,a moved that could help ward off political pressure.
but there have been growing criticisim in us over toyota rising import,whenamerican politician from the heart of the American auto industry in detroit says the jp carmaker benefits unfairly,from state run pension system and that government that double in the currency markets .the weak yen
played a big part in toyota profits

yet many car analysts say those remarks are unfair.
if politician wants to come out against toyota he's gonna have to come against the employment ,and enviromental technology and that pretty tenous ground to be standing on it.

toyota says it's sticking by a 4year forecasts
analysts say the company oncourse for 8 straight year of record earnings /
still toyota in jp traditon is staying modest,
there is alot of talk of us becoming number1 of world ,we are trying not to be too conciou of it,we want produces cars that the markets wants ,

And with it looking as though the market wants more Toyota-made cars,analysts says the company will drive by Gm as soon as thisyear,

Eunice Yoon, CNN, Seoul
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【整理】【Business Channel】 2007-02-18&21, 丰田难停上升势头

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In the race for the title of world's largest automaker, Toyota of Japan proved Tuesday, it's on track to onsite unseat US car giant, General Motors.

We've posted record highs from sales to net profits in our third quarter.

In its lastest quarterly earnings report, profits jumped 7% to more than 3.5 billion dollars. The company sold enough Camry sedans, prius hybric hybrid electric cars and other vehicles in North America to warn warrant the construction of new factories there.

The impressive thing about Toyota yearly is their expending in motobile multiple regions at the same time, and that's giving them a lot of momentum to take that NO.1's spat spot.

Drivers worldwide have praised Toyota for making what they consider low maintenance, high mileage vehicles. That fomula is working in North America, where the automaker is now thinking of building an 8th assembly plant, a move that could help ward off political pressure. But there's been growing criticism in the US over Toyota's rising imports. One American politician from the heart of American auto industry in Detroit, says the Japanese carmaker benefits unfairly, from state run pension systems and government that dabbled in the currency markets. The weak yen played the big part in Toyota's profits. Yet many car analysist analysts say those today lows remarks are unfair.

The politician wants to come out against Toyota, he's gonna have to come out against the employment, and environmental technology. And that's pretty tenuous ground of this to be standing on.

Toyota says it's digging sticking by its four full year forcasts and analysts say the company is on course for an 8th street straight year of record earnings. Still, Toyota and in Japanese tradition is staying modest.

There's a lot of talks of us becoming NO.1 in the world. We're tyring not to be too cautious conscious of it. We want to produce cars that the market wants.

And with it looking as though, the market wants more Toyota-made cars, analysts say the company will drive by GM as soon as this year.

Eunice Yoon, CNN, Seoul.
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In the race for the title of world's largest automaker, Toyota of Japan proved Tuesday it's on track to unseat US car giant General Motors. "We've posted record high from sales to --- in our third quarter. "
In its latest quarterly earnings report, profits jumped 7% to more than three and a half billion dollars. The company -------- electric cars and other vehicles in North America, to warn the construction of new factories there.
"The impressive thing about Toyota is their expanding in ---- regions at the same time, and that's keeping them a lot of momentum to take that No.1 spot. "
Drivers worldwide have praised Toyota for making what they consider low----, high mileage vehicles. That formula is working in north America where the automakers are now thinking of building an eighth assembly plant, a move that could have helped ward off political pressure. But there's been growing criticism in the US over Toyota's rising imports. One American politician from the heart of American auto industry in Detroit said Japanese carmaker benefits unfairly from state-run pension systems and their government that dabbles in the currency market. The weak yen played a big part in Toyota's profits. Yet many car-analysts say those remarks are unfair. "Their politician wants to come out against Toyota, it's gonna have to come out against employment, and environmental technology, and that’s pretty ---- ground to be standing on it."
Toyota says it's sticking vias its four-year forecasts, and analysts say the company is on course for an eight-straight-year of record earnings. Still, Toyota in Japanese tradition is staying modest.
"There's a lot of talk of us becoming No.1 in the world, we are trying not to be too conscious of it. We wanna produce cars that market wants. "
And with a looking as though, the market wants more Toyota-made cars. Analysts say the company will drive by GM as soon as this year. Eunice Yoon, CNN, Seoul.
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