Japanese corporations have agreed to raise base salaries for their workers for the first time in six years, including Toyota ( TM ), Honda ( HMC ) and Toshiba ( OTCPK:TOSBF ). The pay increases signal how Japan's biggest companies are paying heed
Toyota ( TM ) has agreed to raise base salaries ..... firms are also increasing wages, including Honda ( HMC ), Nissan ( OTCPK:NSANF ), Nippon ..... the battle against deflation. Separately, Toyota has issued $1.75B of "green" bonds linked
revamped Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, and Taurus show that Ford can make quality, fuel-efficient vehicles to compete with Toyota and Honda .Ford is ahead of GM in its use of common vehicle platforms. Ford's capital allocation has dramatically improved
Japanese automakers continue to show strong sales gains in China. During February, Toyota ( TM ) saw a 43% jump in sales in the region, while sales at Honda ( HMC ) were up 28%. Nissan ( OTCPK:NSANY ) also showed solid improvement. The
makers, roughly 5% sales declines are projected for GM and Ford ( F ), with more modest sales drops seen at Toyota ( TM ) and Honda ( HMC ); Fiat Chrysler ( OTCPK:FIATY ) and Nissan ( OTCPK:NSANY ) are likely report double-digit sales
labor group missed a landmark development by a mere 45 votes, but will appeal the voting process. Honda ( HMC ), Nissan ( OTCPK:NSANY ), BMW (BAMWXY), and Mercedes-Benz ( OTCPK:DDAIF ) all have plants in the south that ultimately the
Three ( GM , F , OTCPK:FIATY ), but an improving trend needs to be confirmed to alleviate concerns. The month will also give a good read on several head-to-head model battles between Toyota ( TM ) and Honda ( HMC ). Post your comment!
The Honda Accord ( HMC ) ended up the best-selling car of 2013 in the U.S., according ..... Automotive. The automaker sold 360,089 Accords to beat out the 342,007 Toyota Camrys that were sold. IHS counted actual registration data instead of
TOKYO, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Japanese car makers including Toyota Motor Corp and Honda Motor Co suspended operations at some of its plants in central and eastern Japan after heavy snow disrupted their supply chains and prevented workers from commuting.
November and December were strong. January China sales: Nissan ( OTCPK:NSANY ) -0.4% to 95,200; Toyota ( TM ) +18% to 85,600; Honda ( HMC ) +33% to 63,128. Post your comment!