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Exclusive: A delicate balance - Toyota took care to make offering to U.S. before China deals

BEIJING Toyota Motor Corp last month announced two deals in China that were small in size but large in strategic planning. | Video

Toyota sharply criticizes Trump designation on auto imports

WASHINGTON Toyota Motor Corp on Friday criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to declare some auto sector imports a national security threat, saying it sends a message to the Japanese automaker that "our investments are not welcomed."

Toyota sharply criticizes Trump designation on auto imports

WASHINGTON, May 17 Toyota Motor Corp on Friday criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to declare some auto sector imports a national security threat, saying it sends a message to the Japanese automaker that "our investments are not welcomed."

UPDATE 3-Panasonic flags first profit drop in 8 years, EV battery costs bite

* Panasonic, Toyota deepen ties with home tech venture (Adds CEO comments from press conference, background)

Toyota, Panasonic to set up company for 'connected' homes

TOKYO Japan's Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp said they plan to establish a joint company to develop "connected" services to be used in homes and urban development.

UPDATE 2-Toyota, Panasonic to set up company for "connected" homes

* Toyota, Panasonic to set up new company with 50-50 partnership

Toyota, Panasonic to hold joint news conference at 0230 GMT

TOKYO, May 9 Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp said they would hold a news conference at 11:30 a.m. (0230 GMT) in Tokyo on Thursday about "collaboration" between the two companies.

Toyota, Honda plan to attack costs to free up cash for new tech

TOKYO Two top Japanese automakers said they planned to tighten their belts in the years ahead to free up cash to develop electric cars and ride-sharing services, underscoring the hard task ahead as traditional automakers face a rapidly changing industry.

UPDATE 3-Toyota, Honda plan to attack costs to free up cash for new tech

* Honda to cut vehicle option line-up to streamline production

Toyota sees smaller-than-expected profit rise in 2019/2020

TOKYO, May 8 Toyota Motor Corp forecast on Wednesday a 3.3 percent rise in operating profit for the current year due to cost reduction measures and changes to its depreciation methods.

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