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JAPAN/
RTX103M7
May 28, 2013
Takeo Fukui (L-R), senior advisor to the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI), India's Prime...
Tokyo, Japan
India's PM Singh poses with Japan's business leaders during a photo session before a business luncheon...
Takeo Fukui (L-R), senior advisor to the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI), India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Hiromasa Yonekura, chairman of Sumitomo Chemical Co. and chairman of the Keidanran business lobby, and Masami Iijima, president and CEO of Mitsui & Co. and chairman of the Japan-India Business Co-operation Committee, pose during a photo session before a luncheon hosted by Keidanren, the JCCI and the Japan-India Business Co-operation Committee in Tokyo May 28, 2013. Singh is visiting Japan to hold talks for reinforcing bilateral ties between the two nations. REUTERS/Tomohiro Ohsumi/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
HONDA/ENGINES
RTR24WIF
June 22, 2009
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui poses in front of Honda Racing F1 team's Formula One car during...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature HONDA/ENGINES
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui poses in front of Honda Racing F1 team's Formula One car during a news conference in Tokyo in this February 21, 2008 file photo. Fukui leaves behind a similar mandate as founder Soichiro Honda did forty years ago as he vacates his CEO post this week, having yanked Honda out of Formula One racing six months ago. And while auto executives talk about the dawn of a new century of automobiles as gasoline-electric hybrid cars enter the mainstream, Fukui says engine technology will remain at the core of Honda's efforts. To match feature HONDA/ENGINES REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao/Files (JAPAN SPORT MOTOR RACING TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCI TECH)
HONDA/ENGINES
RTR24WIB
June 22, 2009
Honda Motor Co. President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo in this December 17, 2008...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature HONDA/ENGINES
Honda Motor Co. President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo in this December 17, 2008 file photo. Fukui leaves behind a similar mandate as founder Soichiro Honda did forty years ago as he vacates his CEO post this week, having yanked Honda out of Formula One racing six months ago. And while auto executives talk about the dawn of a new century of automobiles as gasoline-electric hybrid cars enter the mainstream, Fukui says engine technology will remain at the core of Honda's efforts. To match feature HONDA/ENGINES REUTERS/Michael Caronna/Files (JAPAN BUSINESS SPORT MOTOR RACING SCI TECH TRANSPORT)
HONDA/EARNINGS
RTXH6IM
May 15, 2009
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview at the company's headquarters in...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Fukui speaks during interview at company's headquarters in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview at the company's headquarters in Tokyo May 15, 2009. Honda's earnings will hit bottom this year and improve after that as demand in the United States returns in the second half, the Japanese automaker's chief executive said on Friday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HONDA/EARNINGS
RTXH6FR
May 15, 2009
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview at the company's headquarters in...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Fukui speaks during interview at company's headquarters in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview at the company's headquarters in Tokyo May 15, 2009. Honda's earnings will hit bottom this year and improve after that as demand in the United States returns in the second half, the Japanese automaker's chief executive said on Friday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
HONDA/EARNINGS
RTXH6FG
May 15, 2009
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Takeo Fukui poses inside the new Insight vehicle at the company's showroom...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Fukui poses at company's showroom in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Takeo Fukui poses inside the new Insight vehicle at the company's showroom in Tokyo May 15, 2009. Honda's earnings will hit bottom this year and improve after that as demand in the United States returns in the second half, the Japanese automaker's chief executive said on Friday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HONDA
RTXBZA4
February 23, 2009
A wheel of a Honda car is seen at a showroom in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday...
Tokyo, Japan
A wheel of a Honda car is seen at a showroom in Tokyo
A wheel of a Honda car is seen at a showroom in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Takanobu Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTXBZ6S
February 23, 2009
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Takanobu Ito (L) and outgoing CEO Takeo...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Ito and outgoing CEO Fukui pose at a news conference...
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Takanobu Ito (L) and outgoing CEO Takeo Fukui pose for photographers during a news conference in Tokyo February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday Chief Executive Office Takeo Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTXBZ6L
February 23, 2009
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Takanobu Ito (L) and outgoing CEO Takeo...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito and outgoing CEO Takeo Fukui attend...
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Takanobu Ito (L) and outgoing CEO Takeo Fukui attend a news conference in Tokyo February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday Chief Executive Office Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTXBZ5A
February 23, 2009
A man browses Honda Motor Co cars at a showroom in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on...
Tokyo, Japan
A man browses Honda Motor Co cars at a showroom in Tokyo
A man browses Honda Motor Co cars at a showroom in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Takanobu Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTXBZ51
February 23, 2009
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo...
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday Chief Executive Office Takeo Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTXBZ4V
February 23, 2009
Outgoing Honda Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo, February...
Tokyo, Japan
Outgoing Honda Motor Co CEO Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo
Outgoing Honda Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday CEO Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Takanobu Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTXBZ4P
February 23, 2009
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo...
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday Chief Executive Office Takeo Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTXBZ4N
February 23, 2009
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo...
Newly appointed Honda Motor Co Chief Executive Officer Takanobu Ito attends a news conference in Tokyo, February 23, 2009. Honda Motor Co. said on Monday Chief Executive Office Takeo Fukui would step down in June, to be replaced by Senior Managing Director Ito in a widely expected move amid a global crisis in the auto industry. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
AUTOS/
RTR22NAB
December 17, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares in Honda Motor Co slid 8 percent as Japan's No.2 automaker looked set to issue its third profit warning in five months on Wednesday, due to huge currency losses and tanking global car sales. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
AUTOS/
RTR22NA9
December 17, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares in Honda Motor Co slid 8 percent as Japan's No.2 automaker looked set to issue its third profit warning in five months on Wednesday, due to huge currency losses and tanking global car sales. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
AUTOS/
RTR22NA7
December 17, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares in Honda Motor Co slid 8 percent as Japan's No.2 automaker looked set to issue its third profit warning in five months on Wednesday, due to huge currency losses and tanking global car sales. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
AUTOS/
RTR22NA6
December 17, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares in Honda Motor Co slid 8 percent as Japan's No.2 automaker looked set to issue its third profit warning in five months on Wednesday, due to huge currency losses and tanking global car sales. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XZ
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR-RACING/HONDA
RTR229XQ
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XP
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui looks down during a news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui looks down during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui looks down during a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XL
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) is surrounded by photographers...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui is surrounded by photographers as he leaves a news conference...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) is surrounded by photographers as he leaves a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XK
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) speaks next to Managing Officer...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks next to Managing Officer Oshima during a news conference...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) speaks next to Managing Officer Hiroshi Oshima during a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XJ
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) and Managing Officer Hiroshi Oshima...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui Managing Officer Oshima bow at the end of news conference in...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) and Managing Officer Hiroshi Oshima bow at the end of their news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XI
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XH
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui adjusts a microphone during a news...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui adjusts a microphone during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui adjusts a microphone during a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTR228MQ
December 04, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (C) is surrounded by reporters after...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui is surrounded by reporters after unveiling the company's Accord...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (C) is surrounded by reporters after unveiling the company's all-new Accord and Accord Tourer cars in Tokyo December 4, 2008. Honda Motor Co expects the the U.S. vehicle market to fall to about 12.5-12.6 million units for next year from 13.2-13.3 million in 2008, a senior executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTR228MP
December 04, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's new Accord cars in Tokyo...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's all-new Accord and Accord Tourer cars in Tokyo December 4, 2008. Honda Motor Co expects the the U.S. vehicle market to fall to about 12.5-12.6 million units for next year from 13.2-13.3 million in 2008, a senior executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTR228MO
December 04, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui poses with the company's all-new Accord...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui poses with the company's all-new Accord car during its unveiling...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui poses with the company's all-new Accord car during its unveiling in Tokyo December 4, 2008. Honda Motor Co expects the the U.S. vehicle market to fall to about 12.5-12.6 million units for next year from 13.2-13.3 million in 2008, a senior executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTR228MN
December 04, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's all-new Accord and Accord...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's all-new Accord and Accord Tourer cars in Tokyo December 4, 2008. Honda Motor Co expects the the U.S. vehicle market to fall to about 12.5-12.6 million units for next year from 13.2-13.3 million in 2008, a senior executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTR228ML
December 04, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an unveiling the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks during an unveiling the company's all-new Accord and Accord...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an unveiling the company's all-new Accord and Accord Tourer cars in Tokyo December 4, 2008. Honda Motor Co expects the the U.S. vehicle market to fall to about 12.5-12.6 million units for next year from 13.2-13.3 million in 2008, a senior executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y6O
September 26, 2008
Dancers from India's desert state of Rajasthan perform during the inauguration of the first phase of...
Rajasthan, India
Dancers from India's desert state of Rajasthan perform in Rajasthan
Dancers from India's desert state of Rajasthan perform during the inauguration of the first phase of operations of a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. at Tapukara industrial area in Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y4O
September 26, 2008
People look at Honda's latest "Third Generation Honda City" car inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars...
Rajasthan, India
People look at Honda's latest Third Generation Honda City car in Rajasthan
People look at Honda's latest "Third Generation Honda City" car inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y4H
September 26, 2008
Employees stand inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first...
Rajasthan, India
Employees stand inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd in Rajasthan
Employees stand inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y38
September 26, 2008
Employees work inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first...
Rajasthan, India
Employees work inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd in Rajasthan
Employees work inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y36
September 26, 2008
Chief Minister of India's desert state of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje, (L) and Honda Motor Co. President...
Rajasthan, India
Chief Minister of Rajasthan Raje and Honda Motor Co President and CEO Fukui autograph the first sheet...
Chief Minister of India's desert state of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje, (L) and Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (2nd L) autograph the first sheet manufactured inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y2J
September 26, 2008
An employee works inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first...
Rajasthan, India
An employee works inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd in Rajasthan
An employee works inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y29
September 26, 2008
Employees work inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first...
Rajasthan, India
Employees work inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd in Rajasthan
Employees work inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y1Z
September 26, 2008
Employees stand inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first...
Rajasthan, India
Employees stand inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd in Rajasthan
Employees stand inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y0W
September 26, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the inauguration of the...
Rajasthan, India
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks in Rajasthan
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the inauguration of the first phase of operations of a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8XYI
September 26, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the inauguration of the...
Rajasthan, India
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks in Rajasthan
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the inauguration of the first phase of operations of a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJG
September 25, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (L) and company officials pose with...
New Delhi, India
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui and company officials pose in New Delhi
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (L) and company officials pose with Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car during its launch in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJC
September 25, 2008
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during...
New Delhi, India
President and CEO of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd Takedagawa speaks in New Delhi
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during the launch ceremony of Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJ7
September 25, 2008
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during...
New Delhi, India
President and CEO of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd Takedagawa speaks in New Delhi
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during the launch ceremony of Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJ0
September 25, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the launch ceremony of...
New Delhi, India
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks in New Delhi
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the launch ceremony of Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WIU
September 25, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the launch ceremony of...
New Delhi, India
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks in New Delhi
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the launch ceremony of Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
HONDA/
RTX60VT
May 22, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview in Tokyo May 22, 2008. Honda aims to buy more components overseas for cars it builds in Japan to reduce production costs and make its domestic factories competitive even with a dollar below 100 yen, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTX60VR
May 22, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview in Tokyo May 22, 2008. Honda aims to buy more components overseas for cars it builds in Japan to reduce production costs and make its domestic factories competitive even with a dollar below 100 yen, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTX60VP
May 22, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during an interview in Tokyo May 22, 2008. Honda aims to buy more components overseas for cars it builds in Japan to reduce production costs and make its domestic factories competitive even with a dollar below 100 yen, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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May 21, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui poses on a model of 1959's Honda Super Cub...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui poses on 1959's Honda Super Cub C100 after a news conference...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui poses on a model of 1959's Honda Super Cub C100 after a news conference in Tokyo May 21, 2008. Japan's No. 2 automaker, said on Wednesday it would launch its planned dedicated hybrid sedan in Japan, North America and Europe in early 2009. Fukui said that the company expected annual sales of 500,000 vehicles combined of four hybrid models after 2010. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
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May 21, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui (C) is surrounded by reporters after a news...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui is surrounded by reporters after news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui (C) is surrounded by reporters after a news conference in Tokyo May 21, 2008. Japan's No. 2 automaker, said on Wednesday it would launch its planned dedicated hybrid sedan in Japan, North America and Europe in early 2009. Fukui said that the company expected annual sales of 500,000 vehicles combined of four hybrid models after 2010. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
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May 21, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 21, 2008. Japan's No. 2 automaker, said on Wednesday it would launch its planned dedicated hybrid sedan in Japan, North America and Europe in early 2009. Fukui said that the company expected annual sales of 500,000 vehicles combined of four hybrid models after 2010. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
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May 21, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 21, 2008. Japan's No. 2 automaker, said on Wednesday it would launch its planned dedicated hybrid sedan in Japan, North America and Europe in early 2009. Fukui said that the company expected annual sales of 500,000 vehicles combined of four hybrid models after 2010. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
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February 27, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor President Fukui speaks at Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo February 27, 2008. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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February 27, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor President Fukui speaks at Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo February 27, 2008. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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February 21, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui (C) poses with Honda MotoGP riders Nicky Hayden (L) and Shinya Nakano...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co Presidnet Fukui poses with Honda MotoGP riders Hayden and Nakano during news conference...
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui (C) poses with Honda MotoGP riders Nicky Hayden (L) and Shinya Nakano (R) during a news conference in Tokyo February 21, 2008. Honda announced the key features of its 2008 motorsports programme at the event. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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February 21, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui poses in front of Honda Racing F1 team's Formula One car during...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Presidnet Fukui poses in front of Honda Racing F1 Team Formula One car during a news conference...
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui poses in front of Honda Racing F1 team's Formula One car during a news conference in Tokyo February 21, 2008. Honda announced the key features of its 2008 motorsports programme at the event. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
MOTOR-RACING-PRIX
RTR1XD3N
February 21, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui (C) poses with Honda Racing F1 Team drivers Jenson Button (L) and...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co Presidnet Fukui poses with Honda Racing F1 Team drivers Button and Barrichello in Tokyo...
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui (C) poses with Honda Racing F1 Team drivers Jenson Button (L) and Rubens Barrichello (R) in front of a Formula One car during a news conference in Tokyo February 21, 2008. Honda announced the key features of its 2008 motorsports programme at the event. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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January 13, 2008
American Honda Automobile Operations Executive Vice-President John Mendell (L) and President and CEO...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
American Honda Automobile Operations Executive Vice-President Mendell and President and CEO of Honda...
American Honda Automobile Operations Executive Vice-President John Mendell (L) and President and CEO of Honda Motors Co. Takeo Fukui pose together after introducing the 2009 Pilot prototype during press days of the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan January 13, 2008. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
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December 19, 2007
Honda Motor Co President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co President and Chief Executive Officer Fukui speaks to reporters at a news conference in...
Honda Motor Co President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks to reporters at a news conference in Tokyo December 19, 2007. Honda Motor Co said on Wednesday it would aim for U.S. sales of 1.59 million cars in 2008, up 3 percent from its estimated record sales of 1.55 million there this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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