Toyota's President to Meet Press in China Amid Recall Crisis
Toyota President Aki Toyoda will hold a press conference in Beijing at 6 p.m. (Beijing Time) Monday, in an effort to reassure consumers in the world's largest auto market.
• Japanese Gov't Officials Urge Toyota to Regain US Consumer Confidence
Japanese government officials on Wednesday urged Toyota Motor Corp. to regain the U.S. consumers' confidence, ahead of a key U.S. congressional hearing to be attended by the company's president Akio Toyoda.
• Toyota Hasn't Fixed All Sudden Acceleration Problems
Toyota Motor USA sales chief Jim Lentz told a congressional committee in Washington on Tuesday the company's two recalls for sudden acceleration issues will "not totally" address the problem.
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• Toyota Set to Recall over 2,000 RAV4s
Shanghai's quality bureau has recalled about 530 Toyota RAV4 sport-utility vehicles suspected of having problems with their gas pedals.
• Japanese Minister Says Toyota Recall May Effect Economy
Japan's minister for economy, trade and industry Masayuki Naoshime said on Tuesday that there was a possibility that the current crisis at Toyota Motor Corp., which has led to a recall of millions of vehicles across the world, could have an impact on Japan's economy.
• Toyota's President to Meet Press in China Amid Recall Crisis
Toyota President Aki Toyoda will hold a press conference in Beijing at 6 p.m. (Beijing Time) Monday, in an effort to reassure consumers in the world's largest auto market.
• Toyota Chief's Tears Win Support in Japan
Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda's tearful public appearances during and after his Congressional testimony in the U.S. won sympathetic votes in Japan on Friday as images and sound bites of the media-shy executive continue to monopolize headlines.
• Japanese Gov't Officials Urge Toyota to Regain US Consumer Confidence
Japanese government officials on Wednesday urged Toyota Motor Corp. to regain the U.S. consumers' confidence, ahead of a key U.S. congressional hearing to be attended by the company's president Akio Toyoda.
• Toyota Hasn't Fixed All Sudden Acceleration Problems
Toyota Motor USA sales chief Jim Lentz told a congressional committee in Washington on Tuesday the company's two recalls for sudden acceleration issues will "not totally" address the problem.
More>>
 
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Toyota Motor Corporation, commonly known simply as Toyota, was founded in 1937. Headquartered in Japan, Toyota is now the world's largest automaker by sales.
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