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Fault recall is quite / common in the car industry and in part of the problem is the scale of the problem we’ve been saying as a formally car recalls because of accelerate problems. Go back to September last year /that/ another 4 million recall in the summer and January last year. So, we’re saying both big scale and a number of recalls, and also let’s remember Toyota’s image, its brand is built on ultra-line ability and quality, so it costs consumers again, so don’t you be saying, Anna,what is going on?


Oh,yes, it’s not just the problem of its image, but it actually has the problem of potential legal action when we’re talking about the US law phone tonight following a mass class action acclaimed against Toyota. How much we probably miss up for the company?

What /can be huge problem just in terms of manage  get from the PR point of view? Toyota, So far, have put a figure on the recall of these cars about 2 billion dollars, if it start at an illegal calls, having to do with the reputational damage possible damage to their brand, then costs soon escalate. It’s no wonder that share price is falling by over 20% since January 21st, knocking some
30 billion dollars of the value of the firm.
Toyota has argued that they’ve acted quickly and decisively. What do you make
of their response?
Well, let’s say that they are acting quickly in the United States, it took them some time to get to the UK to sort of rectify the accelerate issue. In terms of the most recent problems over the prayers, they had actually identified the problem I think with their software which they fix the new models. They haven’t said anything to consumers, not having comment until the Japanese government actually lodged requested investigation, something that there are some pretty mixed message
/still/ coming out off Toyota. I think in the sense of feeling that maybe they are taken their oil off the board; they have responded very quickly in recent years. They have huge capacity globally, over 10 billion cost, 10 billion cost a year, but all producers anyway come near that, they will be looking to cut costs through standardizing parts across their range. If something goes wrong, it exposes them to big risks.
Oversea drivers of Toyota's concerned workers of Toyota they have a factory in this country, of course in Darbay; they must be worried as well.

Absolutely, all that recognized has nothing to do with their Darbay, that’s a very
efficient and productive plant with very high quality. This was a design fault in accelerate pedals of Toyota cars; it goes right back to Japan. And there have been already fixed the problem of the new cars at Darbay, but they are obviously worried in the sense if that sells. And they saw their ability to produce cars. I do think longer term that will be okay, but if gonna get through this, they gotta manage it very careful, where they have to reassure customers and I think somebody at top ultimately has to take responsibility for this
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Problem recall is quite common in the car industry. I think part of the problem is the scale of the problem we’ve been seeing , having 4 million cars recalled because of accelerator problems. Go back to September last year, another 4 million recall in the summer / January last year. So, we’re seeing both big scale and a number of recalls, and also let’s remember Toyota’s image, its brand is built on ultra-reliabilty and quality, so of course consumers are going to, / don’t you be saying, / what on earth is going on?

Well,yes, it’s not just the problem of its image, but it actually has the problem of potential legal action where we’re talking about the US law firm tonight following a mass class action acclaimed against Toyota. How much we probably miss that for the company?

Well, it's gonna be huge problems just in terms of managing it from the PR point of view. Toyota, So far, have put a figure on the recall of these cars about 2 billion dollars, if you start adding in legal costs, having to deal with the reputational damage possible damage to their brand, then costs soon escalate. It’s no wonder that their share price is falling by over 20% since January 21st, knocking some 30 billion dollars of the value of the firm.
Toyota've argued / they’ve acted quickly and decisively. What do you make of their response?

Well, / they are certainly acting quickly in the United States, it took them some time to get to the UK to sort of rectify the accelerator issue. In terms of the most recent problems over the prayers, they had actually identified the problem I think with their software which they fix the new models. They haven’t said anything to the consumers, and that hadn't come out until the Japanese government actually launched a requested investigation, I think there are some pretty mixed messages coming out of Toyota. I think in the sense there's a feeling that maybe they've taken their eye off the ball; they have expanded very quickly in recent years. They have huge capacity globally, over 10 billion cars, 10 billion cars a year, but all producing anyway / near that, they've been looking to cut costs through standardizing parts across their range. If something goes wrong, it exposes them to big risks.

Obviously drivers of Toyota's concerned workers of Toyota they have a factory in this country, of course in Darby; they must be worried as well.

Absolutely, oh let's recognize it, this is nothing to do with / Darby, that’s a very efficient, productive plan and very high quality. This was a design fault in the accelerator pedals of Toyota cars; it goes right back to Japan. And they've already fixed the problem in new cars at Darby, but they are obviously worried in the sense if it affects sells, and therefore their ability to produce cars. I do think in longer term they will be okay, but they've gotta get through this, they've gotta manage it in a very careful way, they have to reassure customers and I think somebody at top ultimately has to take responsibility for this.
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Fault recalls are quite / common in the car industry. And interestingly, the part of the problem is the scale of the problem we’ve been seeing, have a four million car recalls because of accelerate problems. Go back to September last year another 4 million recall in the summer and January last year. So, we’re seeing both big scale and a number of recalls, and also let’s remember Toyota’s image,and its brand is built on ultra liability and quality. So of course consumers are going... going to be saying what on earth is going on?

Well yes and not just the problem of its image, but it actually has the problem of potential legal action /. We’re talking about the US law firm tonight filing a mass class action uh..claimed against Toyota. How much would problem mess up for the company?

Well, it's gonna be huge problem just in terms of managing it from the PR point of view? Toyota, So far, have put a figure on the recall of these cars of about 2 billion dollars, if you start adding in legal costs, having to do with the reputational damage, possible damage to their brand, then costs soon escalate. It’s no wonder that their share price is falling by over 20% since January 21st, knocking some 13 billion dollars of the value of the firm.

Toyota would argued  / they’ve acted quickly and decisively. What do you make of their response?

Well, / / / they are certainly acting quickly in the United States, it took them some time to get to the UK to sort of rectify the accelerate issue. In terms of the most recent problems over the Prius , they had actually identified the problem I think with their software which they fix the new models. They haven’t said anything to consumers, not having come out until the Japanese government actually launched the request and the investigation, something that there are some pretty mixed message /coming out off Toyota. I think in a sense of feeling that maybe they are taken their eye off the pool; they have expanded very quickly in recent years. They have huge capacity globally, over 10 billion cars, 10 billion cars a year, but aren't producing anyway /near that, they have been looking to cut costs through standardizing parts across their range. If something goes wrong, it exposes them to big risks.

Obviously drivers of Toyota's concerned workers of Toyota they have a factory in this country, of course in Darby; they must be worried as well.

Absolutely, they all ... let's recognize this is nothing to do with Darby, that’s a very efficient, productive plant at very high quality. This was a design fault in the accelerate pedals of Toyota cars; it goes right back to Japan. And they have /already fixed the problem of the new car’s at Darbay, but they are obviously worried in the sense if affect sales. And therefore their ability to produce cars. I do think longer term they will be okay, but they've gotta get through this, they gotta manage it in very careful way, /they have to reassure customers and I think somebody at top ultimately has to take responsibility for this.
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[Homework]2010-02-07 丰田前路漫漫

Toyota recalls are quite common in the car issue ...the part the problem is the scale of the problem we've been saying,  (over) four millions cars being recalled because of the accelerator problem. Go back to Sept. last year,that the four milion recalled in the summer januarary last year. So we saying  both big scale and a number of recalls. And also let's remember Toyota's image , its brand is built on ultra reliability and quality. So of course consumer is going to say what on earth is going on?

Well yes, not just the problem of its image, but it actually has the problem of potential legal action. We are talking about US law firm tonight, finding a mass-class action ,a claim against Toyota. How much (wrong) problem is that for the company?
Well it's gonna be a huge problem just in terms of Manager XXX's point of view, Toyota so far has put a figure on the recall of these cars about two billion dollars, if it start adding in legal costs, having to deal with reputational damage, possible damage to their brand , then costs soon esgulate. It's no wonder that their share price is falling by over 20% since Januarary 1st knocking some 30 billion dollars of the value of the firm.
Toyota argued they have acted quickly and decisively , what do you make of their response?
Well, it certainly acted quickly in the United States,it took them some time to get to the UK , to sort of  rectify the accelerator issue. In terms of the most recent problems over the Pirus, they actually identify the problem , I think with their software which they fix the new model. They haven't said anything to cosumers and that haven't come out until the Japanese Government actually launch the request in the investigation. I think there are some pretty mixed messages coming out of Toyota, I think in a sense there is a feeling that maybe thay are taking the ..of the ball.They have expanded very qucikly in recent years ,they have huge capacity globally over ten billion cars , ten billions cars a year, but up producing anyway near that,  maybe looking to cut costs through standardizing the parts across their arrange.If something goes wrong, it exposes them to big risks.
Oversea drivers of Toyota's concerned workers of Toyota , they have a factory in this country of casue in Darbi, they must be worried as well.
Abosultely , let's recognize it's nothing to do with Darbi, that's a very efficient productive plan and very high quality. This was design fault in accelerator patals of Toyota cars . It goes right back to Japan. And they already fix the problem of new car at Darbi, but there are obvious worry in a sense
it affects sales and also their ability to build cars. I do think in longer term they will be ok, but they gonna get through this ,they gonna manage it in a very careful way , thay have to reassure costomers . I think somebody at the top  ultimately has to  take responsibility for this.

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Problem recall is quite common in the car industry. I think part of the problem is the scale of the problem we’ve been seeing , over 4million cars recall
because of accelerator problems. Go back to September last year, another 4 million recall in the summer / January last year. So, we’re seeing both big scale and a number of recalls, and also let’s remember Toyota’s image, its brand is built on ultra-reliabilty and quality, so of course consumers are going to, / don’t you be saying, / what on earth is going on?

Well,yes, it’s not just the problem of its image, but it actually has the problem of potential legal action where we’re talking about the US law firm tonight
filing a mass class action acclaimed against Toyota. How much we probably miss that for the company?

Well, it's gonna be huge problems just in terms of managing it from the PR point of view. Toyota, So far, have put a figure on the recall of these cars about 2 billion dollars, if you start adding in legal costs, having to deal with the reputational damage possible damage to their brand, then costs soon escalate. It’s no wonder that their share price is falling by over 20% since January 21st, knocking some 30 billion dollars of the value of the firm.
Toyota've argued / they’ve acted quickly and decisively. What do you make of their response?

Well, / they are certainly acting quickly in the United States, it took them some time to get to the UK to sort of rectify the accelerator issue. In terms of the most recent problems over the prayers, they had actually identified the problem I think with their software which they fix the new models. They haven’t said anything to the consumers, and that hadn't come out until the Japanese government actually lodged a requested investigation, I think there are some pretty mixed messages coming out of Toyota. I think in the sense there's a feeling that maybe they've taken their eye off the ball; they have expanded very quickly in recent years. They have huge capacity globally, over 10 billion cars, 10 billion cars a year, but are producing anyway / near that, they've been looking to cut costs through standardizing parts across their range. If something goes wrong, it exposes them to big risks.

Obviously drivers of Toyota's concerned workers of Toyota they have a factory in this country, of course in Darby; they must be worried as well.
Absolutely, oh let's recognize that this is nothing to do with / Darby, that’s a very efficient, productive plan and very high quality. This was a design fault in the accelerator pedals of Toyota cars; it goes right back to Japan. And they've already fixed the problem in new cars at Darby, but they are obviously worried in the sense if it affects
sales, and therefore their ability to produce cars. I do think in longer term they will be okay, but they've gotta get through this, they've gotta manage it in a very careful way, they have to reassure customers and I think somebody at top ultimately has to take responsibility for this.
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Fault recalls are quite common in the car industry. I think part of the problem is the scale of the problem we’ve been seeing , over 4million cars recall because of accelerator problems. Go back to September last year, another 4 million recall in the summer and January last year. So, we’re seeing both big scale and a number of recalls, and also let’s remember Toyota’s image, and its brand is built on ultra-reliabilty and quality, so of course consumers are going to, don’t you be saying, what on earth is going on?

Well,yes, it’s not just the problem of its image, but it actually has the problem of potential legal action where we’re talking about the US law firm tonight filing a mass class action acclaimed against Toyota. How much would it probably mess up for the company?


Well, it's gonna be huge problems just in terms of managing it from the PR point of view. Toyota, So far, have put a figure on the recall of these cars about 2 billion dollars, if you start adding in legal costs, having to deal with the reputational damage, possible damage to their brand, then costs soon escalate. It’s no wonder that their share price is falling by over 20% since January 21st, knocking some 30 billion dollars of the value of the firm.


Toyota've argued they’ve acted quickly and decisively. What do you make of their response?


Well, they are certainly acting quickly in the United States, it took them some time to get to the UK to sort of rectify the accelerator issue. In terms of the most recent problems over the Prius, they had actually identified the problem I think with their software which they fix the new models. They haven’t said anything to the consumers, and that hadn't come out until the Japanese government actually launched a requested investigation, I think there are some pretty mixed messages coming out of Toyota. I think in a sense there's a feeling that maybe they've taken their eye off the pool; they have expanded very quickly in recent years. They have huge capacity globally, over 10 billion cars, 10 billion cars a year, but aren’t producing anyway near that, they've been looking to cut costs through standardizing parts across their range. If something goes wrong, it exposes them to big risks.

Obviously drivers of Toyota's concerned workers of Toyota they have a factory in this country, of course in Darby; they must be worried as well.


Absolutely, oh let's recognize that this is nothing to do with Darby, that’s a very efficient, productive plant and very high quality. This was a design fault in the accelerator pedals of Toyota cars; it goes right back to Japan. And they've already fixed the problem in new cars at Darby, but they are obviously worried in the sense if it affects sales, and therefore their ability to produce cars. I do think in longer term they will be okay, but they've gotta get through this, they've gotta manage it in a very careful way, they have to reassure customers and I think somebody at top ultimately has to take responsibility for this.

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Fault recalls are quite common in car industry and the shotting part of the problem is the scale of the problem we've been seen as we formerly cars recall because accelerate problems go back to Semptember last year and 4 million recall in the summer January. So we are seeing both big scale and a number of recalls. And also let's remember Toyota's image, its brand is built on ultra-line ablility and  quality, so cause the consumers ?, don't you be saying, what on earth is going on?
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Part recalls are quite common in the car industry. I think part of the problem is the scale of the problem we’ve been seeing , over 4million cars recall
because of accelerator problems. Go back to September last year, another 4 million recall in the summer and January last year. So, we’re seeing both big scale and a number of recalls, and also let’s remember Toyota’s image, and its brand is built on ultra-reliabilty and quality, so of course consumers are going to, don’t you be saying, what on earth is going on?

Well,yes, it’s not just the problem of its image, but it actually has the problem of potential legal action where we’re talking about the US law firm tonight filing a mass class action acclaimed against Toyota. How much of a problem is that for the company?


Well, it's gonna be huge problems just in terms of managing it from the PR point of view. Toyota, So far, have put a figure on the recall of these cars at about 2 billion dollars, if you start adding in legal costs, having to deal with the reputational damage, possible damage to their brand, then costs soon escalate. It’s no wonder that their share price is falling by over 20% since January 21st, knocking some 30 billion dollars of the value of the firm.


Toyota've argued they’ve acted quickly and decisively. What do you make of their response?


Well, they are certainly acting quickly in the United States, it took them some time to get to the UK to sort of rectify the accelerator issue. In terms of the most recent problems over the Prius, they had actually identified the problem I think with their software which they fix the new models. They haven’t said anything to the consumers, and that hadn't come out until the Japanese government actually launched a requested investigation, I think there are some pretty mixed messages coming out of Toyota. I think in a sense there's a feeling that maybe they've taken their eye off the pool; they have expanded very quickly in recent years. They have huge capacity globally, over 10 billion cars, 10 million cars a year, but aren’t producing anyway near that, they've been looking to cut costs through standardizing parts across their range. If something goes wrong, it exposes them to big risks.

Obviously drivers of Toyota's concerned workers of Toyota they have a factory in this country, of course in Darby; they must be worried as well.


Absolutely, oh let's recognize that this is nothing to do with Darby, that’s a very efficient, productive plant and very high quality. This was a design fault in the accelerator pedals of Toyota cars; it goes right back to Japan. And they've already fixed the problem in new cars at Darby, but they are obviously worried in the sense if it affects sales, and therefore their ability to produce cars. I do think in longer term they will be okay, but they've gotta get through this, they've gotta manage it in a very careful way, they have to reassure customers and I think somebody at top ultimately has to take responsibility for this.
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