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Toyota proves all the financial critics wrong

Toyota’s earnings for the quarter ending June 30th are in, and it’s a big surprise indeed. Despite the PR nuclear bomb that was the infamous recall, the world’s biggest car maker has posted figures that are up 27% from the same time last year.

Toyota’s earnings for the quarter ending June 30th are in, and it’s a big surprise indeed. Despite the PR nuclear bomb that was the infamous recall, the world’s biggest car maker has posted figures that are up 27% from the same time last year. I’d imagine you will be thinking words such as; ‘incredible’ and ‘impossible’. Whatever your reaction, it’s a big turn up for the books.

Many analysts, experts and consumers we’re expecting Toyota’s year to be a tough one – and it couldn’t be any further more the truth. The Japanese marque has somehow thrived financially as these figures how its sales are up.

Its revenue reached 4,872 billion yen, which in Pounds is a lot. We can only speculate that Toyota’s sales have come from consumers buying its cars due to brand loyalty. It’s one of the most interesting news pieces of the year, Toyota’s car finance, sales and profits are all on the rise – as are the public’s eyebrows.

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