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Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T)

7203.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

7,440JPY
20 Jul 2018
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Wed, Jul 4 2018

Toyota's June China vehicle sales rise 10.2 pct y/y

BEIJING, July 4 Vehicle sales by Japan's Toyota Motor Corp in China rose 10.2 percent in June from a year earlier to about 117,800 units, the company said on Wednesday.

Philippines' GT Capital to invest up to $202 million in Toyota Motor

MANILA Philippine conglomerate GT Capital Holdings Inc said on Thursday it would buy shares of Japan's Toyota Motor Corp worth up to 22.2 billion yen ($201.6 million), marking its first offshore investment.

UPDATE 1-Philippines' GT Capital to invest up to $202 mln in Toyota Motor

* Toyota and GT Capital are partners in Philippine auto unit (Adds GT Capital president's comments, background, detail, dateline)

Philippine firm GT Capital to buy Toyota Motor stake worth up to $202 mln

June 28 Philippine conglomerate GT Capital Holdings Inc said on Thursday it would buy Toyota Motor Corp shares worth up to 22.2 billion yen ($201.6 million).

Exclusive: Toyota, pressed to innovate, is cutting marketing costs to fuel research

BEIJING Toyota has begun slashing costs, starting with sales and marketing, and shifting resources into research that will help it keep up with new competitors, four people familiar with the matter said.

RPT-Toyota captures data goldmine in $1 billion Grab bet

* Toyota's investment is biggest by automaker into ride-hailing

Toyota captures data goldmine in $1 billion Grab bet

TOKYO/SINGAPORE By pumping $1 billion into ride-hailing firm Grab, Toyota Motor Corp stands to gain a passenger-side view of tens of thousands of cars across Southeast Asia, tracking how fast they drive, how far they travel and the time they spend stuck in traffic.

Toyota captures data goldmine in $1 billion Grab bet

* Toyota's investment is biggest by automaker into ride-hailing

Toyota pumps $1 billion in Grab in auto industry's biggest ride-hailing bet

SINGAPORE Toyota Motor Corp has agreed to buy a $1 billion stake in Southeast Asia's Grab in the biggest investment by a carmaker into a ride-hailing firm, at a time when traditional automakers are racing to team up with disruptive tech companies.

UPDATE 3-Toyota pumps $1 bln in Grab in auto industry's biggest ride-hailing bet

* Will offer data-based services to Grab drivers (Recasts, adds Grab comment)

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