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Subaru Corp - Executive Vice President Hosoya To Become Chairman Effective April 1
Subaru Of America Reported 60,103 Vehicle Sales For September, Up 16%
Subaru Of America Reported 57,885 Vehicle Sales For August 2020, Down 17%
SUBARU CORPORATION is a Japan-based company engaged in the manufacture of Subaru automobiles. The Company operates through two business segments. The Automobile segment is engaged in the manufacture, sale and repairing of mini cars, small cars, ordinary cars and their parts. The Aerospace segment is engaged in the manufacture, sale and repairing of aircraft, space-related equipment and parts. The Company is also engaged in real estate leasing business, the manufacture and sale of houses, as well as the provision of repair services of houses.
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Ebisu Subaru Bldg., 1-20-8, Ebisu
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President, Chief Executive Officer, Representative Director
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Managing Executive Officer, Director
Chief Technology Officer, Executive Officer, Chief Senior Director of Technology, Director of Technology Research
Chief Information Officer, Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of IT Strategy, Deputy Chief Director of Business Planning
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Japan's Subaru Corp said on Monday that the automaker will shut its Yajima plant between April 10 and 27 due to a chip shortage, affecting 10,000 vehicles.
Japanese automaker Subaru Corp has cut its production plan for this fiscal year by around 58,000 vehicles, mainly due to a global chip shortage, it said on Friday.
Japanese automaker Subaru Corp will cut output by "several thousand" vehicles this month in Japan and the United States, it said on Thursday, citing a global shortage of semiconductors.
Japanese automaker Subaru Corp said on Thursday it would cut output this month by "several thousand" vehicles at plants in Japan and the United States, citing a global shortage of semiconductors.
Japan's defence minister Nobuo Kishi on Tuesday ordered the country's Self Defense Forces to send nurses to a city in northern Hokkaido prefecture that was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, media said.
Subaru Corp <7270.T> raised its operating profit forecast on Wednesday by more than a third to 110 billion yen ($1.05 billion) because U.S. vehicle sales rebounded more than it expected after the coronavirus pandemic hurt demand.
U.S. auto sales may take three years to recover to pre-coronavirus pandemic levels even as sales continue to rebound from an April low, the CEO of Japanese carmaker Subaru Corp <7270.T> said on Thursday.
Xilinx Inc and Subaru Corp on Wednesday said the Japanese automaker will use one of the Silicon Valley company's chips to power a new driver-assistance system that will let drivers go hands-free during traffic jams, among other new features.
Subaru Corp on Tuesday forecast its annual operating profit would drop to a nine-year low this year as it expects to take a sales hit in the United States, its largest market where the number of coronavirus infections continues to climb.
Subaru Corp forecast on Tuesday that its annual operating profit would drop to a nine-year low this year as it expects to take a sales hit due to the coronavirus pandemic which has sapped global demand for cars.
Subaru Corp <7270.T> on Monday posted a 15.7% rise in annual operating profit in the year that ended in March as it recovered from a raft of product recalls last year, but warned that sales of its cars would take a hit from the coronavirus outbreak.
Subaru Corp on Monday posted a 15.7% rise in annual operating profit in the year that ended in March as it recovered from production delays and product recalls last year, but warned of uncertainties from the coronavirus outbreak this year.
* TO SUSPEND OUTPUT AT AICHI FACTORY, WHICH MAKES AIRCRAFT PARTS - NHK
* PLANS TO EXTEND SHUTDOWN AT US VEHICLE PRODUCTION SITE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, WILL RESUME OUTPUT ON MAY 11 Further company coverage: (Reporting By Naomi Tajitsu)
Japanese automaker Subaru Corp <7270.T> said Tuesday it will extend a shutdown of its Indiana assembly plant through May 8 because of declining market demand and supply chain issues related to the coronavirus outbreak.
* SUBARU SAYS WILL EXTEND INDIANA PLANT CLOSURE TO APRIL 6 DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
* JAPAN'S SUBARU CORP SAYS WILL SUSPEND OUTPUT AT U.S PLANT ON MARCH 23-29
Subaru Corp is checking with China-based suppliers for potential disruptions to parts deliveries from the coronavirus outbreak.
Japan's Subaru Corp <7270.T> set a target on Monday to sell only electric vehicles worldwide by the first half of the 2030s, in a move toward its long-term goal of a carbon-free society.
Japan's Subaru Corp on Monday said it plans to electrify all its vehicles sold globally by the first half of the 2030s as part of its long-term goal to achieve a carbon-free society.
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