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Toyota posts record full-year net profit

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By Paul J Richards

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Thank you Trump and Abe.

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I love how when they report record profits they always add a caveat that the next 12 months will be bad. Meaning, "we made a hell of a lot of money, but don't even think about asking us to give more to our workers".

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And how much tax do they pay......

-2 ( +4 / -6 )

Amazing how much money you can save when you outsource all the crap jobs for crap wages!

-3 ( +4 / -7 )

how about paying the govt back the bail out money you got?

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Excellent news from Toyota! Definitely the best car company in the world

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how about paying the govt back the bail out money you got?

Unlikely - Toyota is one of the biggest donors of the LDP.

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Toyota are "close" friends of the LDP no tax ,

APA hotels just got the same exemption I would recommend joining Nippon Kaigi and being excempt from all tax. The more money you make the less you have to pay.

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"net profit jumped 36.2 percent to 2.49 trillion yen ($23 billion) not turn over, but net profit, well that just goes to show how much were being ripped off by high prices for there products!

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well that just goes to show how much were being ripped off by high prices for there products! yet people still are prepared to pay those prices to have a Toyota vehicle, says a lot about their products especially when the vast majority of Toyota vehicles arent even regarded as a luxury car. Fact is Toyota charge a premium for many of their models well because they can.

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Dango bong. how about paying the govt back the bail out money you got?

The Toyota Company didn't need to get Government's money to bail out like American's Car Companies and the French Car Companies because the Toyota is most profitable car Company in the world.

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