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TOYOTA/RESULTS
RTXEWDO
May 08, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it lost $6.9 billion in the final quarter and forecast increasing losses this financial year as sales continue to tumble, keeping dozens of its factories underused. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
TOYOTA/RESULTS
RTXEWDI
May 08, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it lost $6.9 billion in the final quarter and forecast increasing losses this financial year as sales continue to tumble, keeping dozens of its factories underused. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
TOYOTA/RESULTS
RTXEWC4
May 08, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it lost $6.9 billion in the final quarter and forecast increasing losses this financial year as sales continue to tumble, keeping dozens of its factories underused. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
TOYOTA/RESULTS
RTXEWB3
May 08, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it lost $6.9 billion in the final quarter and forecast increasing losses this financial year as sales continue to tumble, keeping dozens of its factories underused. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
TOYOTA/RESULTS
RTXEWAN
May 08, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe bows during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe bows during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe bows during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it lost $6.9 billion in the final quarter and forecast increasing losses this financial year as sales continue to tumble, keeping dozens of its factories underused. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUTOS/
RTXD7T5
March 26, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech next to the new Crown Majesta at an...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech during an unveiling of the new Crown...
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech next to the new Crown Majesta at an unveiling the new sedan in Tokyo March 26, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp will continue to sell the current, six-year-old Prius alongside the upcoming new version, at least in Japan, its president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/
RTXD7SS
March 26, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe (C) is surrounded by reporters at an unveiling of the...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe is surrounded by reporters at an unveiling of the new...
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe (C) is surrounded by reporters at an unveiling of the new Crown Majesta sedan in Tokyo March 26, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp will continue to sell the current, six-year-old Prius alongside the upcoming new version, at least in Japan, its president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/
RTXD7SR
March 26, 2009
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech during an unveiling of the new Crown...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech during an unveiling of the new Crown...
Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech during an unveiling of the new Crown Majesta sedan in Tokyo March 26, 2009. Toyota Motor Corp will continue to sell the current, six-year-old Prius alongside the upcoming new version, at least in Japan, its president said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S2V
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S2T
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S2Q
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe gestures to reporters after a news conference in Nagoya,...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe gestures to reporters after a news conference in Nagoya...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe gestures to reporters after a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. The characters in the background read,"2008, year-end news conference" REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S2N
December 22, 2008
Executives of Toyota Motor Corp listen their president Katsuaki Watanabe's (not in the picture) speech...
Nagoya, Japan
Executives of Toyota Motor Corp listen their president Katsuaki Watanabe's (not in the picture) speech...
Executives of Toyota Motor Corp listen their president Katsuaki Watanabe's (not in the picture) speech at a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S2L
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S2H
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya,
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S2G
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. The letter on the background reads,"2008, Year-end news conference". REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S28
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S26
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya,
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S23
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe attends a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR22S1Z
December 22, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (C) and his executives attend a news conference in Nagoya,...
Nagoya, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe and his executives attend a news conference in Nagoya,
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (C) and his executives attend a news conference in Nagoya, central Japan, December 22, 2008. Toyota Motor Corp is set to slash its annual outlook on Monday to a consolidated operating loss of 150 billion yen ($1.67 billion) -- its first such loss ever, the Nikkei business daily reported in its evening edition. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/CANADA
RTR229PQ
December 04, 2008
(L-R) President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Ray Tanguay, Toyota Motor Corporation President...
Woodstock, Canada
Tanguay, Watanabe, Clement, and McGuinty pose at a newly opened Toyota automobile assembly plant in Woodstock...
(L-R) President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Ray Tanguay, Toyota Motor Corporation President Katsuaki Watanabe, Canadian Federal Minister of Industry Tony Clement, and Premier of Ontario Dalton McGuinty pose at a newly opened Toyota automobile assembly plant in Woodstock, about 130 km (81 miles) southwest of Toronto, Ontario, December 4, 2008. Toyota Canada Inc cut the ribbon on a new C$1.1 billion ($859 million) assembly plant in Woodstock, Ontario on Thursday, bringing about 1,200 new jobs to a sector that has been losing jobs rapidly. The plant is assembling the RAV4, a compact sports utility vehicle, and will produce up to 100,000 vehicles a year in Woodstock, a small city of around 36,000 people, known for its tree-lined streets and Victorian homes. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
CANADA/
RTR229PE
December 04, 2008
Toyota Motor Corporation President Katsuaki Watanabe, of Japan, speaks at a newly opened Toyota automobile...
Woodstock, Canada
Toyota Motor Corporation President Watanabe speaks at a newly opened Toyota automobile assembly plant...
Toyota Motor Corporation President Katsuaki Watanabe, of Japan, speaks at a newly opened Toyota automobile assembly plant in Woodstock, about 130 km (81 miles) southwest of Toronto, Ontario, December 4, 2008. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
CANADA/
RTR229PC
December 04, 2008
Toyota Motor Corporation President Katsuaki Watanabe, of Japan, speaks at a newly opened Toyota automobile...
Woodstock, Canada
Toyota Motor Corporation President Watanabe speaks at a newly opened Toyota automobile assembly plant...
Toyota Motor Corporation President Katsuaki Watanabe, of Japan, speaks at a newly opened Toyota automobile assembly plant in Woodstock, about 130 km (81 miles) southwest of Toronto, Ontario, December 4, 2008. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA)
TOYOTA/SALES
RTR21RON
August 28, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo August 28, 2008....
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo August 28, 2008. Toyota said on Thursday it would miss its goal of selling more than 10 million vehicles next year, lowering its forecast by nearly 7 percent to account for a severe downturn in Western markets driven by high fuel prices and a credit crunch. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/SALES
RTR21ROF
August 28, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo August 28, 2008....
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo August 28, 2008. Toyota said on Thursday it would miss its goal of selling more than 10 million vehicles next year, lowering its forecast by nearly 7 percent to account for a severe downturn in Western markets driven by high fuel prices and a credit crunch. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR21ROE
August 28, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo August 28, 2008....
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo August 28, 2008. Toyota said it would miss its goal of selling more than 10 million vehicles next year, cutting its forecast by nearly 7 percent due to a severe downturn in Western markets driven by high fuel prices and a credit crunch. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTX5LQ6
May 12, 2008
Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks in front of the company's redesigned Alphard vehicle...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks in front of the company's redesigned Alphard vehicle during a news conference in Tokyo May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTX5LQ1
May 12, 2008
Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference to announce the company's redesigned...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference to announce the company's redesigned Alphard vehicles in Tokyo May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTX5LQ0
May 12, 2008
Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe poses between the company's redesigned Alphard vehicles, Vellfire...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor President Watanabe poses between the company's redesigned Alphard vehicles in Tokyo
Toyota Motor President Katsuaki Watanabe poses between the company's redesigned Alphard vehicles, Vellfire (L) model and Alphard model, during an unveiling in Tokyo May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTX5GV6
May 08, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2008. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2008. Toyota posted a larger-than-expected a 28 percent fall in quarterly net profit, hit by a stronger yen and finance-related losses, and forecast its first annual profit drop in seven years as the U.S. auto market slows. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTX5GV4
May 08, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2008. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2008. Toyota posted a larger-than-expected a 28 percent fall in quarterly net profit, hit by a stronger yen and finance-related losses, and forecast its first annual profit drop in seven years as the U.S. auto market slows. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTX5GV3
May 08, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2008. Toyota...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during a news conference in Tokyo May 8, 2008. Toyota posted a larger-than-expected a 28 percent fall in quarterly net profit, hit by a stronger yen and finance-related losses, and forecast its first annual profit drop in seven years as the U.S. auto market slows. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
AUTOSHOW/TOYOTA
RTR1XVJ5
March 04, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (RtoL) poses together with Andrea Formica, Executive Vice...
Geneva, Switzerland
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe poses together with Formica, Hirai and Nakajima beside the new Toyota...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (RtoL) poses together with Andrea Formica, Executive Vice President Sales, Marketing und Aftersales of Toyota Motor Europe, Chief Designer Wahei Hirai and Chief Engineer Hiroki Nakajima beside the new Toyota iQ car during the first media day of the 78th Geneva Car Show at the Palexpo in Geneva March 4, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
AUTOSHOW/TOYOTA
RTR1XVJ2
March 04, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (2ndR) stands beside the new Toyota iQ car during the first...
Geneva, Switzerland
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe stands beside the new Toyota iQ car during the first media day of...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (2ndR) stands beside the new Toyota iQ car during the first media day of the 78th Geneva Car Show at the Palexpo in Geneva March 4, 2008. Beside him stands Andrea Formica (L), Executive Vice President Sales, Marketing und Aftersales of Toyota Motor Europe. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
AUTOS-JAPAN/TOYOTA
RTR1X8EF
February 18, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe smiles at the unveiling of the redesigned Crown sedan series...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe smiles at unveiling of redesigned Crown sedan series in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe smiles at the unveiling of the redesigned Crown sedan series in Tokyo Fabruary 18, 2008. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
AUTOS-JAPAN/TOYOTA
RTR1X8EB
February 18, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech at the unveiling of the redesigned Crown...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech in Tokyo
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe delivers a speech at the unveiling of the redesigned Crown sedan series in Tokyo Fabruary 18, 2008. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1X8E8
February 18, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks to the media in front of the company's "Crown Hybrid"...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks to the media in front of the company's Crown Hybrid at an...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks to the media in front of the company's "Crown Hybrid" at an unveiling of redesigned the Crown sedan series in Tokyo February 18, 2008. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1X8DX
February 18, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (bottom L) is surrounded by media at an unveiling of redesigned...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe is surrounded by media at an unveiling of redesigned the...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe (bottom L) is surrounded by media at an unveiling of redesigned the Crown sedan series in Tokyo February 18, 2008. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1X8DV
February 18, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe stands next to the company's "Crown Royal Saloon G" at...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe stands next to the company's "Crown Royal Saloon G" at...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe stands next to the company's "Crown Royal Saloon G" at an unveiling of redesigned the Crown sedan series in Tokyo February 18, 2008. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/
RTR1W7GJ
January 24, 2008
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe looks at Reuters the State of the World after an interview...
Toyota, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe looks at Reuters the State of the World after an interview...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe looks at Reuters the State of the World after an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Toyota, central Japan December 11, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
CHINA-JAPAN/
RTX52I8
December 29, 2007
Japan's Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (C) signs his autograph on a guest book after he inspected Toyota...
Tianjin, China
Japan's PM Fukuda inspects an assemble line of Toyota Motors's plant in Tianjin
Japan's Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (C) signs his autograph on a guest book after he inspected Toyota Motors' plant in Tianjin, December 29, 2007, while Toyota Motor advisor Hiroshi Okuda (L) and president Katsuaki Watanabe (R) clap their hands. REUTERS/Yoshikazu Tsuno/Pool (CHINA)
TOYOTA/PRESIDENT
RTX4MH0
December 11, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company...
Toyota, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during interview with Reuters in Toyota
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Toyota, central Japan December 11, 2007. Watanabe said on Tuesday that he expected more than 300 billion yen ($2.7 billion) in annual cost savings starting next year from the automaker's latest cost-cutting plan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/PRESIDENT
RTX4MGW
December 11, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company...
Toyota, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during interview with Reuters in Toyota
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Toyota, central Japan December 11, 2007. Watanabe said on Tuesday that he expected more than 300 billion yen ($2.7 billion) in annual cost savings starting next year from the automaker's latest cost-cutting plan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/PRESIDENT
RTX4MGS
December 11, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company...
Toyota, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during interview with Reuters in Toyota
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Toyota, central Japan December 11, 2007. Watanabe said on Tuesday that he expected more than 300 billion yen ($2.7 billion) in annual cost savings starting next year from the automaker's latest cost-cutting plan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/PRESIDENT
RTX4MGR
December 11, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company...
Toyota, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during interview with Reuters in Toyota
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Toyota, central Japan December 11, 2007. Watanabe said on Tuesday that he expected more than 300 billion yen ($2.7 billion) in annual cost savings starting next year from the automaker's latest cost-cutting plan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TOYOTA/PRESIDENT
RTX4MGP
December 11, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company...
Toyota, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks during interview with Reuters in Toyota
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Toyota, central Japan December 11, 2007. Watanabe said on Tuesday that he expected more than 300 billion yen ($2.7 billion) in annual cost savings starting next year from the automaker's latest cost-cutting plan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
AUTOSHOW/
RTR1V9CC
October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL, an evolved...
Chiba, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe arrives at a presentation in i-REAL during 40th Tokyo Motor Show...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL, an evolved wheelchair that allows drivers to lean back and cruise at high speeds on roads or crawl at walking speed upright on the sidewalk, during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL, an evolved...
Chiba, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL during the 40th...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL, an evolved wheelchair that allows drivers to lean back and cruise at high speeds on roads or crawl at walking speed upright on the sidewalk, during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe walks with i-REAL, an evolved wheelchair that allows drivers...
Chiba, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe walks with i-REAL during 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe walks with i-REAL, an evolved wheelchair that allows drivers to lean back and cruise at high speeds on roads or crawl at walking speed upright on the sidewalk, during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe leaves the stage after presenting the iQ concept vehicle...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe leaves the stage after presenting the iQ concept vehicle...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe leaves the stage after presenting the iQ concept vehicle during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks in front of a display showing the FT-HS concept...
Chiba, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks in front of a display showing the FT-HS concept...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks in front of a display showing the FT-HS concept vehicle during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at a news conference during the 40th Tokyo Motor...
Chiba, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at a news conference during the 40th Tokyo Motor...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at a news conference during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
AUTOSHOW/TOYOTA
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October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe presents the iQ concept vehicle during the 40th Tokyo Motor...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe presents the iQ concept vehicle during the 40th Tokyo Motor...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe presents the iQ concept vehicle during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
AUTOSHOW/TOYOTA
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October 24, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL, an evolved...
Chiba, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL in Chiba...
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe arrives at a presentation in the company's i-REAL, an evolved wheelchair that allows drivers to lean back and cruise at high speeds on roads or crawl at walking speed upright on the sidewalk, during the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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October 23, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference October 23, 2007. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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October 23, 2007
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Watanabe speaks at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference October 23, 2007. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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