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Subaru Corp (7270.T)

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Tue, Aug 27 2019

Tokyo stocks rebound on Trump's comments on Japan auto tariffs; Subaru, tyremakers shine

TOKYO, Aug 27 Japanese shares staged a modest rebound on Tuesday after a sharp selloff in the previous session as investors were relieved by U.S. President Donald Trump's comments that the United States would not imminently impose new tariffs on autos imported from Japan.

Subaru Q1 profit climbs 48% on strong U.S. SUV sales

TOKYO, Aug 5 Subaru Corp reported a 48% increase in first-quarter operating profit on Monday as global sales grew, led by demand for the Ascent and Forester SUVs in the United States.

Toyota, Subaru team up to develop electric SUV in battle against costs

TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp and Subaru Corp on Thursday said they plan to jointly develop a battery-electric sport-utility vehicle (SUV) on a platform produced together as they seek to split the cost of producing the lower-emissions car.

UPDATE 1-Toyota, Subaru team up to develop electric SUV in battle against costs

TOKYO, June 6 Toyota Motor Corp and Subaru Corp on Thursday said they plan to jointly develop a battery-electric sport-utility vehicle (SUV) on a platform produced together as they seek to split the cost of producing the lower-emissions car.

Toyota, Subaru to develop battery electric vehicle platform

TOKYO, June 6 Toyota Motor Corp and Subaru Corp have agreed to jointly develop a battery-electric-vehicle (BEV) platform and a BEV sport-utility vehicle for sale under each company's own brand, Toyota said on Thursday.

UPDATE 3-Subaru expects recovering sales to boost profit after dismal 12 months

* Last year's profit fell 48.5 pct, meeting analyst estimates

Subaru releases earnings early after snafu, last FY op profit halves

TOKYO, May 10 Subaru Corp released its earnings results hours ahead of schedule on Friday after the Japanese automaker inadvertently uploaded its financials on its website earlier than planned.

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