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Special Report: Daihatsu dismantling 'Toyota Way' as market changes

IKEDA, Japan - When Daihatsu Motor Co launched the Mira e:S minicar in 2011, the Toyota affiliate thought it had found a model for emerging markets. The Mira e:S - e for eco, S for smart - was capable of going 30 kilometers on a liter of gasoline (72 mpg) for a sticker price of just 795,000 yen, or $6,637. And indeed, the car was a hit, super-charging Daihatsu’s earnings.

SPECIAL REPORT-Daihatsu dismantling 'Toyota Way' as market changes

IKEDA, Japan, Jan 14 - When Daihatsu Motor Co launched the Mira e:S minicar in 2011, the Toyota affiliate thought it had found a model for emerging markets. The Mira e:S - e for eco, S for smart - was capable of going 30 kilometers on a liter of gasoline (72 mpg) for a sticker price of just 795,000 yen, or $6,637. And indeed, the car was a hit, super-charging Daihatsu's earnings.

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Denso H1 op profit falls 16 pct as R&D costs offset higher sales

TOKYO, Oct 31 - Japan's Denso Corp, the world's second-biggest auto parts maker, posted a 16 percent decline in six-month operating profit on Friday, as development costs and investment outweighed a rise in revenue.

Denso not seeking big M&A, could buy smaller firms

KARIYA Japan - Denso Corp , the world's second-biggest car-parts supplier, does not plan to join global rivals in bulking up through a big merger but it is looking to buy smaller parts makers with niche technologies, the company's head said.

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