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Toyota, NTT Announce Capital Tie-up To Build Smart City Platforms
Toyota, NTT To Form Capital Tie-Up, Investing Around 200 Bln Yen In Each Other - Source
TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION is a Japan-based company engaged in the automobile business, finance business and other businesses. The Automobile segment is engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of sedans, minivans, 2box, sports utility vehicles, trucks and related vehicles, as well as related parts and products. The Finance segment is engaged in finance and vehicle leasing business. The Other segment is engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of houses, as well as conduct information communication business. The Company is also engaged in the control of manufacturing and sales companies, as well as public relations and research activities business in North American and Europe by subsidiaries.
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Toyota Motor Corp's North American unit said on Friday it would produce face shields, ventilators and respirators, as the death toll from the coronavirus exceeds 1,200 in the United States.
Toyota Motor Corp has sought a credit line totaling 1 trillion yen ($9.23 billion) from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp and MUFG Bank as a coronavirus pandemic drives up fund-raising costs, Kyodo News said on Friday.
Toyota Motor Corp has sought a credit line totaling 1 trillion yen ($9.23 billion) from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp and MUFG Bank as fund-raising costs rise on the back of the coronavirus pandemic, Kyodo News reported on Friday.
Toyota Motor Corp said it will extend a shutdown of all North American plants for two weeks due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and decline in vehicle demand.
Toyota Motor Corp and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp have agreed to work together on developing smart cities and will invest 200 billion yen ($1.8 billion) in each other to cement the relationship, the two companies said on Tuesday.
Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday it and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp will hold a joint news conference in Tokyo at 0600 GMT (3 p.m. local) that will be attended by Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda and NTT CEO Jun Sawada.
Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T> and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp <9432.T> will form a capital tie-up to work together in smart-city development, making large investments in each other, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported on Tuesday.
Japan's Toyota Motor Corp on Monday said it would develop a heavy-duty fuel-cell truck with its subsidiary, Hino Motor Co, as it sees hydrogen technology as a zero-emissions alternative to battery power for large commercial vehicles.
Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T> on Sunday said it would suspend production on one of its vehicle production lines at a plant near its headquarters in Japan through Wednesday, after a second plant worker tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
Fiat Chrysler, Toyota Motor Corp and Renault announced on Friday they will stop auto production in Brazil temporarily due to the coronavirus.
* TOYOTA TO SUSPEND AUTO PRODUCTION IN ITS 4 BRAZILIAN FACTORIES BETWEEN MARCH 24 AND APRIL 6 - STATEMENT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Gabriela Mello)
* TOYOTA SAYS WORKER AT ONE OF ITS JAPAN PLANTS TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 VIRUS ON MARCH 19
Toyota Motor Corp said on Thursday it will extend a planned two-day shutdown of all North American plants through April 3 as the spread of coronavirus continues.
Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T> said it will close its North American plants on Monday and Tuesday of next week and will reopen on Wednesday amid the expected coronavirus sales decline.
Toyota Motor Corp on Wednesday said it planned to stop output at more vehicles plants in Europe and Asia as the spread of the coronavirus prompts countries to instruct non-essential businesses to suspend operations.
Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corp has partnered with Chinese autonomous driving startup Momenta to develop a high definition (HD) mapping platform in China for autonomous driving vehicles, Momenta said in a statement.
* TOYOTA MOTOR SAYS WILL CLOSE PLANTS IN PORTUGAL, FRANCE FOR ABOUT TWO WEEKS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
The government on Tuesday nominated Toyoaki Nakamura, a Hitachi Ltd <6501.T> executive, to join the Bank of Japan's nine-member policy board.
Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday that production at its vehicle plant in Guangzhou, China, would return to normal on Monday, after a month-long output suspension due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T), on Wednesday agreed to an average annual pay raise of 8,600 yen ($82.15) per month in the year starting April, the Nikkei newspaper reported.
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