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CHINA-JAPAN/
RTX15LQX
November 20, 2013
A Chinese TV crew member holds a microphone during a news conference by Toyota Motor Corp's honorary...
Beijing, China
A Chinese TV crew member holds a microphone during a news conference by Toyota Motor Corp's honorary...
A Chinese TV crew member holds a microphone during a news conference by Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho (L) and Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Hiromasa Yonekura (2nd R) in Beijing November 20, 2013. A delegation of top Japanese business leaders, including Yonekura and Cho, are on a seven-day visit to China.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-JAPAN/
RTX15LQP
November 20, 2013
Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Beijing November 20, 2013....
Beijing, China
Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Beijing
Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Beijing November 20, 2013. A delegation of top Japanese business leaders, including Cho, are on a seven-day visit to China.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
CHINA-JAPAN/
RTX15LQL
November 20, 2013
Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Beijing November 20, 2013....
Beijing, China
Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Beijing
Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Beijing November 20, 2013. A delegation of top Japanese business leaders, including Cho, are on a seven-day visit to China.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
CHINA-JAPAN/
RTX15LQA
November 20, 2013
Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Hiromasa Yonekura (R) and Toyota Motor Corp's honorary...
Beijing, China
Japan Business Federation Chairman Yonekura and Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Cho attend a news...
Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Hiromasa Yonekura (R) and Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho attend a news conference in Beijing November 20, 2013. A delegation of top Japanese business leaders, including Yonekura and Cho, are on a seven-day visit to China.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-JAPAN/
RTX15LQ6
November 20, 2013
Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Hiromasa Yonekura (R) and Toyota Motor Corp's honorary...
Beijing, China
Japan Business Federation Chairman Yonekura and Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Cho attend a news...
Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Hiromasa Yonekura (R) and Toyota Motor Corp's honorary chairman Fujio Cho (C) attend a news conference in Beijing November 20, 2013. A delegation of top Japanese business leaders, including Yonekura and Cho, are on a seven-day visit to China.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS-2020GAMES/
RTX1371O
September 04, 2013
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunakazu Takeda and Toyota chairman Fujio Cho (L) pose for a photo...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Japan Olympic Committee President Takeda and Toyota Chairman Cho pose for a photo during a news conference...
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunakazu Takeda and Toyota chairman Fujio Cho (L) pose for a photo during a news conference in support of the Tokyo 2020 summer Olympics candidacy in Buenos Aires September 4, 2013. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will elect the host city for the 2020 summer Olympics at their session on Saturday. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-2020GAMES/
RTX1370U
September 04, 2013
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda (R) and Toyota chairman Fujio Cho pose for a photo...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda and Toyota chairman Fujio Cho pose for a photo during...
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda (R) and Toyota chairman Fujio Cho pose for a photo during a news conference in support of the Tokyo 2020 summer Olympics candidacy in Buenos Aires September 4, 2013. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will elect the host city for the 2020 summer Olympics at their session on Saturday. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS-2020GAMES/
RTX1370P
September 04, 2013
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda (R) speaks next to Toyota chairman Fujio Cho during...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda speaks next to Toyota chairman Fujio Cho during a...
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda (R) speaks next to Toyota chairman Fujio Cho during a news conference in support of the Tokyo 2020 summer Olympics candidacy in Buenos Aires September 4, 2013. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will elect the host city for the 2020 summer Olympics at their session on Saturday. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS-2020GAMES/
RTX13702
September 04, 2013
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda (R) speaks next to Toyota chairman Fujio Cho during...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda speaks next to Toyota chairman Fujio Cho during a...
Japan Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda (R) speaks next to Toyota chairman Fujio Cho during a news conference in support of the Tokyo 2020 summer Olympics candidacy in Buenos Aires September 4, 2013. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will elect the host city for the 2020 summer Olympics at their session on Saturday. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
TURKEY/
RTR2DF8G
May 03, 2010
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (C) chats with Japanese Prince Tomohito (L) of Mikasa and Toyota Motor...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey's President Gul chats with Japanese Prince Tomohito of Mikasa and Toyota Motor Corporation Chairman...
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (C) chats with Japanese Prince Tomohito (L) of Mikasa and Toyota Motor Corporation Chairman Fujio Cho (R) before a ceremony celebrating Japanese-Turkish friendship at Ciragan Palace in Istanbul May 3, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
TOYOTA/
RTR23MSE
January 20, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Toyoda joins hands with President Watanabe...
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's founder, joins hands with President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) and Chairman Fujio Cho at a photo session after a news conference in Tokyo January 20, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp named Akio Toyoda to head the company and lead it through the global crisis that has slashed demand for cars worldwide. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR23MS8
January 20, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp Executive VP and next president Toyoda, President Watanabe and Chairman Cho attend...
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's founder, President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) and Chairman Fujio Cho attend a news conference in Tokyo January 20, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp named Akio Toyoda to head the company and lead it through the global crisis that has slashed demand for cars worldwide. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR23MRA
January 20, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp Executive VP and next president Toyoda, President Watanabe and Chairman Cho attend...
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's founder, President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) and Chairman Fujio Cho attend a news conference in Tokyo January 20, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp named Akio Toyoda to head the company and lead it through the global crisis that has slashed demand for cars worldwide. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR23MR0
January 20, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp Executive VP and next president Toyoda poses with President Watanabe and Chairman Cho...
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's founder, poses with President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) and Chairman Fujio Cho at a photo session after a news conference in Tokyo January 20, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp named Toyoda to head the company and lead it through the global crisis that has slashed demand for cars worldwide. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR23MQT
January 20, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp Executive VP and next president Toyoda poses with President Watanabe and Chairman Cho...
Toyota Motor Corp Executive Vice President and next president Akio Toyoda (C), grandson of the company's founder, poses with President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) and Chairman Fujio Cho at a photo session after a news conference in Tokyo January 20, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp named Toyoda to head the company and lead it through the global crisis that has slashed demand for cars worldwide. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1ZQ1L
April 21, 2008
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak (2nd L) shakes hands with Japan Business Federation (Nippon Keidanren)...
Tokyo, Japan
South Korean President Lee shakes hands with Nippon Keidanren chairman Mitarai in Tokyo
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak (2nd L) shakes hands with Japan Business Federation (Nippon Keidanren) chairman Fujio Mitarai (R) as Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (2nd R) and Federation of Korean Industries (FKI) chairman Cho Suck-rae watch at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo April 21, 2008. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1ZQ1I
April 21, 2008
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak (2nd L) and Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (2nd R) pose for...
Tokyo, Japan
South Korean President Lee and Japanese PM Fukuda pose for photos in Tokyo
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak (2nd L) and Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (2nd R) pose for photos with Cho Suck-rae (L), chairman of the Federation of Korean Industries (FKI) and Fujio Mitarai, chairman of the Japan Business Federation (Nippon Keidanren), at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo April 21, 2008. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJGG
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho (R) leaves after a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho leaves after a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho (R) leaves after a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJGD
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJGC
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJGB
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJFX
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho bows after a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho bows after a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho bows after a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJFV
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJFU
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJFT
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TOYOTA-SALES/TARGET
RTR1YJFH
March 20, 2008
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is...
Seoul, South Korea
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul
Toyota Motor Chairman Fujio Cho speaks at a news conference in Seoul March 20, 2008. Toyota Motor is unlikely to meet its global sales target of 9.85 million units this year due to slowing sales in major markets amid the yen's strengthening, an executive vice president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
JAPAN-CHINA/
RTR1OJJA
April 12, 2007
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) poses with Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Fujio Mitarai...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese Premier Wen poses with Keidanren Chairman Mitarai and Japan-China Economic Association Chairman...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) poses with Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Chairman Fujio Mitarai (L) and Japan-China Economic Association Chairman Fujio Cho before a luncheon meeting with Japanese business leaders in Tokyo April 12, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
AUTOS TPCA
RTRCZ5I
May 31, 2005
President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho talks with President of Group PSA Peugeot Citroen Jean-Martin...
Kolin, Czech Republic
President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho talks with President of Group PSA Peugeot ...
President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho talks with President of Group PSA Peugeot Citroen Jean-Martin Folz in Kolin. President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho talks with the President of Group PSA Peugeot Citroen Jean-Martin Folz (L) while posing for a picture after the inauguration ceremony of the TPCA (Toyota, Peugeit, Citroen) plant in Kolin, May 31, 2005. REUTERS/Petr Josek
AUTOS TPCA
RTRCZ5A
May 31, 2005
President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho jokes with President of Group PSA Peugeot Citroen Jean-Martin...
Kolin, Czech Republic
President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho jokes with President of Group PSA Peugeot ...
President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho jokes with President of Group PSA Peugeot Citroen Jean-Martin Folz in Kolin. President of Toyota Motor Corporation Fujio Cho jokes with the President of Group PSA Peugeot Citroen Jean-Martin Folz (L) while posing for a picture after the inauguration ceremony of the TPCA (Toyota, Peugeit, Citroen) plant in Kolin, May 31, 2005. REUTERS/Petr Josek
CHO
RTXNGP3
May 10, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005....
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005.....
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005. Toyota Motor Corp. eked out a smaller-than-expected gain of less than 1 percent in annual profits even as sales jumped in all major markets, and forecast a tough year ahead as it boosts spending to expand output globally.
AUTOS TOYOTA PROFITS
RTRANX5
May 10, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005....
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho speaks to reporters at news conference in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005. Toyota Motor Corp. eked out a smaller-than-expected gain of less than 1 percent in annual profits even as sales jumped in all major markets, and forecast a tough year ahead as it boosts spending to expand output globally.REUTERS/Toru Hanai TH/CN
AUTOS TOYOTA PROFITS
RTRANWG
May 10, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005....
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho speaks to reporters at news conference in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005. Toyota Motor Corp. eked out a smaller-than-expected gain of less than 1 percent in annual profits even as sales jumped in all major markets, and forecast a tough year ahead as it boosts spending to expand output globally.REUTERS/Toru Hanai TH/CN
AUTOS TOYOTA PROFITS
RTRANW9
May 10, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho announces the financial results for the year ending March 2005...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho announces financial results at news conference in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho announces the financial results for the year ending March 2005 during a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005. Toyota Motor Corp. eked out a smaller-than-expected gain of less than 1 percent in annual profits even as sales jumped in all major markets, and forecast a tough year ahead as it boosts spending to expand output globally. REUTERS/Toru Hanai TH/CN
AUTOS TOYOTA PROFITS
RTRANLY
May 10, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho and Executive Vice President Katsuaki Watanabe smile at news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho and Executive Vice President Katsuaki Watanabe smile at news ......
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho and Executive Vice President Katsuaki Watanabe smile at news conference in Tokyo. Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho (L) and Executive Vice President Katsuaki Watanabe smile at a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005. The world's number two auto maker said on Tuesday it would try to match last year's record profits on a consolidated basis, excluding the impact of exchange rates, this business year through operational efforts and cost cuts. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
AUTOS TOYOTA PROFITS
RTRANLQ
May 10, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho laughs at a reporter's question during a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho laughs at reporter's question during news conference in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho laughs at a reporter's question during a news conference in Tokyo May 10, 2005. The world's number two auto maker said on Tuesday it would try to match last year's record profits on a consolidated basis, excluding the impact of exchange rates, this business year through operational efforts and cost cuts. REUTERS/Toru Hanai TH/DY/VP
JAPAN
RTR8MH6
April 20, 2005
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (2nd L) takes his seat between Toyota Motor Corporation President...
Tokyo, Japan
Australia's PM Howard takes his seat between Toyota President Cho and Itochu Counsellor Murofushi in...
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (2nd L) takes his seat between Toyota Motor Corporation President Fujio Cho (R) and trading company Itochu Corporation Counsellor and former chairman Minoru Murofushi (L) at a luncheon with Japanese business leaders in Tokyo April 20, 2005. Howard arrived in Japan from China on Tuesday evening for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Issei Kato ES/JK
FUJIO
RTXNBG2
March 22, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the company's newly-developed hybrid...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the company's newly-developed .....
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicle (SUV), Harrier Hybrid, at an unveiling in Tokyo March 22, 2005.
AUTOS TOYOTA HYBRID
RTR5PKC
March 22, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho unveils the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicles...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho unveils new hybrid SUVs Harrier Hybrid and Kluger Hybrid in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho unveils the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicles (SUVs), Harrier Hybrid (L) and Kluger Hybrid, in Tokyo March 22, 2005. Toyota said on Tuesday it planned to sell a combined 64,000 units of its two new hybrid SUVs worldwide this year, with sales starting in most major markets over the next three months. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/PN
AUTOS TOYOTA HYBRID
RTR5PJO
March 22, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses in the driver's seat of the company's newly-developed hybrid...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho poses with new Harrier Hybrid in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses in the driver's seat of the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicle (SUV), Harrier Hybrid, at an unveiling in Tokyo March 22, 2005. The car is equipped with the high-power Toyota Hybrid System II (THS II), built around the concept of Hybrid Synergy Drive that represents a fusion of ecology and power, Toyota said. The SUV was launched in Japan on Tuesday and is priced between 4,095,000 yen ($39,000) and 4,620,000 yen ($44,000). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/PN
AUTOS TOYOTA HYBRID
RTR5PJH
March 22, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses between the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho poses between new Harrier Hybrid and Kluger Hybrid in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses between the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicles (SUVs), Harrier Hybrid (L) and Kluger Hybrid, at an unveiling in Tokyo March 22, 2005. Toyota said on Tuesday it planned to sell a combined 64,000 units of its two new hybrid SUVs worldwide this year, with sales starting in most major markets over the next three months. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/PN
AUTOS TOYOTA HYBRID
RTR5PIF
March 22, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters next to the company's newly-developed hybrid...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho speaks at an unveiling of new SUV Kluger Hybrid in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters next to the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicle (SUV), Kluger Hybrid, at an unveiling in Tokyo March 22, 2005. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/PN/JV
JAPAN
RTR5PI6
March 22, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the company's newly-developed hybrid...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho speaks at an unveiling of new SUV Harrier Hybrid in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicle (SUV), Harrier Hybrid, at an unveiling in Tokyo March 22, 2005. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/PN/jv
AUTOS TOYOTA HYBRID
RTR5PHV
March 22, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses with the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicle...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota President Cho poses with new SUV Harrier Hybrid in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses with the company's newly-developed hybrid sport utility vehicle (SUV), Harrier Hybrid, at an unveiling in Tokyo March 22, 2005. The car is equipped with the high-power Toyota Hybrid System II (THS II), built around the concept of Hybrid Synergy Drive that represents a fusion of ecology and power, Toyota said. The SUV was launched in Japan on Tuesday and is priced between 4,095,000 yen ($39,000) and 4,620,000 yen ($44,000). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/PN/JV
TOYOTA
RTXNB2Y
March 10, 2005
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho (3rd L) and Expo officials cut ribbons at the opening ceremony of the...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho (3rd L) and Expo officials cut ribbons at the opening ceremony of t.....
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho (3rd L) and Expo officials cut ribbons at the opening ceremony of the Toyota Group pavilion at the 2005 World Exposition in Nagoya, central Japan, March 10, 2005. The 185-day Expo will begin on March 25.
JAPAN
RTR4IWW
March 10, 2005
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho and Expo officials cut ribbons at the 2005 World Exposition in Nagoya,...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho and Expo officials cut ribbons at the 2005 World Exposition in ...
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho and Expo officials cut ribbons at the 2005 World Exposition in Nagoya, Japan. Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho (3rd L) and Expo officials cut ribbons at the opening ceremony of the Toyota Group pavilion at the 2005 World Exposition in Nagoya, central Japan, March 10, 2005. The 185-day Expo will begin on March 25. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR4IWB
March 10, 2005
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the Toyota pavilion at the 2005 World...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the Toyota pavilion at the 2005 ...
Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho speaks to reporters in front of the Toyota pavilion at the 2005 World Exposition in Nagoya, Japan. Toyota Motor President Fujio Cho smiles as he speaks to reporters at the opening of the Toyota Group pavilion at the 2005 World Exposition in Nagoya, central Japan, March 10, 2005. The 185-day Expo will begin on March 25. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
AUTOS INDIA TOYOTA
RTR127B6
February 24, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp.'s President Fujio Cho speaks during a news conference to launch company's new passenger...
Bombay, India
Toyota Motor Corp.'s President Fujio Cho speaks during a news conference in Bombay.
Toyota Motor Corp.'s President Fujio Cho speaks during a news conference to launch company's new passenger vehicle, the "Innova", at a function in Bombay February 24, 2005. The Japanese carmaker is examining the launch of compact cars in India, a top company official said on Thursday. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe PP/CN
AUTOS INDIA TOYOTA
RTRO93L
February 24, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp.'s President Cho and Toyota's India unit vice chairman Kirloskar pose next to the "Innova"...
Bombay, India
Toyota Motor Corp.'s President Cho and Toyota's India unit vice chairman Kirloskar pose next to the ......
Toyota Motor Corp.'s President Cho and Toyota's India unit vice chairman Kirloskar pose next to the "Innova" in Bombay. Toyota Motor Corp.'s President Fujio Cho (L) and Toyota's India unit vice chairman Vikram Kirloskar pose next to the company's newly launched passenger vehicle, the "Innova", at a function in Bombay February 24, 2005. The Japanese carmaker is examining the launch of compact cars in India, a top company official said on Thursday. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe
WATANABE
RTXN841
February 09, 2005
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) speaks during a news conference in Tokyo Fe.....
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February 9, 2005. [The world number two automaker named Watanabe as its next President, replacing President Fujio Cho, who will become vice chairman.]
AUTO TOYOTA MANAGEMENT
RTRMRWJ
February 09, 2005
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) shares a laugh with President Fujio Cho at a...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly-named Toyota Motor president Katsuaki Watanabe shares a laugh with President Fujio Cho in Tokyo....
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) shares a laugh with President Fujio Cho at a news conference in Tokyo February 9, 2005. The world number two automaker named Watanabe as its next President, replacing Cho, who will become vice chairman. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/LA
AUTO TOYOTA MANAGEMENT
RTRMRUX
February 09, 2005
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly-named Toyota Motor president Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo.
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February 9, 2005. The world number two automaker named Watanabe as its next President, replacing President Fujio Cho, who will become vice chairman. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/LA
AUTO TOYOTA MANAGEMENT
RTRMRS0
February 09, 2005
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe is flanked by Chairman Hiroshi Okuda (L) and President...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe is flanked by Chairman Hiroshi Okuda (L) and ......
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe is flanked by Chairman Hiroshi Okuda (L) and President Fujio Cho following a news conference in Tokyo. Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (C) is flanked by Chairman Hiroshi Okuda (L) and President Fujio Cho following a news conference in Tokyo February 9, 2005. The world number two automaker named Watanabe as its next President, replacing Cho, who will become vice chairman. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
AUTO TOYOTA MANAGEMENT
RTRMRQV
February 09, 2005
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) shares a laugh with President Fujio Cho during...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe shares a laugh with President Fujio Cho in Tokyo....
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) shares a laugh with President Fujio Cho during a news conference in Tokyo February 9, 2005. The world number two automaker named Watanabe as its next President, replacing Cho, who will become Vice Chairman. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/LA
AUTO TOYOTA MANAGEMENT
RTRMRQ8
February 09, 2005
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) speaks while President Fujio Cho listens during...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly-named Toyota Motor president Katsuaki Watanabe speaks while President Fujio Cho listens in Tokyo....
Newly-named Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe (L) speaks while President Fujio Cho listens during a news conference in Tokyo February 9, 2005. The world number two automaker named Watanabe as its next president, replacing Cho, who will become vice chairman. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/LA
CHO
RTXN78F
February 01, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks at the unveiling of the company's redesigned compact car...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks at the unveiling of the company's redesigned compact ca.....
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks at the unveiling of the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo February 1, 2005. The "Vitz" was launched in Japan on Tuesday and is priced between 1,050,000 yen ($10,124) and 1,554,000 yen ($14,983).
TOYOTA
RTXN78E
February 01, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses with the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses with the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Toky.....
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses with the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo February 1, 2005. The "Vitz" was launched in Japan on Tuesday and is priced between 1,050,000 yen ($10,124) and 1,554,000 yen ($14,983).
AUTOS JAPAN
RTRLYKJ
February 01, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks at the unveiling of the company's redesigned compact car...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corporation President Cho speaks at the unveiling of the new "Vitz" in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks at the unveiling of the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo February 1, 2005. The "Vitz" was launched in Japan on Tuesday and is priced between 1,050,000 yen ($10,124) and 1,554,000 yen ($14,983). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/CN
AUTOS JAPAN
RTRLYK8
February 01, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses with the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corporation President Cho poses with the new "Vitz" in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho poses with the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo February 1, 2005. The "Vitz" was launched in Japan on Tuesday and is priced between 1,050,000 yen ($10,124) and 1,554,000 yen ($14,983). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/CN
AUTOS JAPAN
RTRLYGN
February 01, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho introduces the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corporation President Fujio Cho introduces the new "Vitz" in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho introduces the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo February 1, 2005. The "Vitz", which was launched in Japan on Tuesday, is on sale between 1,050,000 yen ($10,124) and 1,554,000 yen ($14,983). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/CN
AUTOS JAPAN
RTRLYGE
February 01, 2005
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks at the unveiling of the company's redesigned compact car...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corporation President Cho speaks at the unveiling the new "Vitz" in Tokyo.
Toyota Motor Corp President Fujio Cho speaks at the unveiling of the company's redesigned compact car "Vitz" in Tokyo February 1, 2005. The "Vitz" was launched in Japan on Tuesday and is priced between 1,050,000 yen ($10,124) and 1,554,000 yen ($14,983). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/CN
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