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Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T)

7203.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Toyota optimistic amid China slowdown as Lexus sales grow

TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp on Tuesday said it sees room to expand in China as growing sales of its luxury brand Lexus help it buck an emerging trend of slowing demand which has hit profit at some of its global rivals. | Video

Toyota optimistic amid China slowdown as Lexus sales grow

TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp on Tuesday said it sees room to expand in China as growing sales of its luxury brand Lexus help it buck an emerging trend of slowing demand which has hit profit at some of its global rivals. | Video

UPDATE 2-Toyota optimistic amid China slowdown as Lexus sales grow

* Q2 profit rises 11 pct; strongest Q2 since 2015 (Adds executive comments, earnings breakdown, context)

Nikkei rebounds on Wall St gains, Toyota, but Apple suppliers sold

* Toyota up after raising earnings forecast, share buyback plan

TABLE-Top 20 vehicles sold in U.S. in October

Nov 1 The following are the 20 top-selling vehicles in the United States in October as reported by the automakers and ranked by total units: Top 20 selling vehicles in the United States in October: RANK VEHICLE October 2018 October 2017 PCT CHNG 1 Ford F-Series P/U 70,438 75,974 -7.3 2 Ram P/U 49,186 44,201 +11.3 3 Toyota RAV4

Toyota to recall 60,000 cars in Netherlands due to airbag issue - ANP

AMSTERDAM Toyota will recall 60,000 automobiles in the Netherlands due to a problem with the airbags, news agency ANP reported, citing the Japanese car maker.

Toyota to recall 60,000 cars in Netherlands due to airbag issue-ANP

AMSTERDAM, Nov 1 Toyota will recall 60,000 automobiles in the Netherlands due to a problem with the airbags, news agency ANP reported, citing the Japanese car maker. (Reporting by Anthony Deutsch Editing by Edmund Blair)

Toyota, SoftBank in first-ever alliance, target self-driving car services

(This October 4 story corrects paragraph 17 to show Toyota has partnership, not investment, in Didi Chuxing.) | Video

CORRECTED-UPDATE 5-Toyota, SoftBank in first-ever alliance, target self-driving car services

* Toyota, SoftBank to develop autonomous, on-demand car services

UPDATE 1-Strike halts some Toyota operations in South Africa

CAPE TOWN, Oct 8 Toyota South Africa operations were halted on Monday at its Durban assembly plant and a Johannesburg warehouse because of a strike by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), a company spokesman said.

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