Toyota to gradually resume Japan production after deadly earthquakeSept. 10
Toyota plans to gradually restart production in Japan on Tuesday and be back to normal output starting Thursday after it suspended almost all auto assembly following a deadly earthquake in northern Japan that triggered widespread blackouts.
SKY MILESSept. 8
Trump threatens tariffs on additional $267 billion in China importsSept. 7
Toyota halts production in Japan after deadly quakeSept. 7
Toyota is stopping most of its auto production in Japan as a result of a deadly earthquake in the nation's north. Due to the interruption in its supply chain there, Japan's largest automaker will idle factories beginning Saturday, the company said.
Japan's Aisin expects up to $360 million impact if U.S. raises auto tariffsAug. 10
Mazda, Suzuki cheated on fuel economy, emissions testing in JapanAug. 9
Japan aluminum industry worried about U.S. auto import tariffsJuly 25
Japan's aluminum industry is more concerned over possible U.S. import tariffs on automobiles that could impact a wider range of the country's industries than the U.S. duties already imposed on the light metal, the head of a trade association said
Asahi Kasei to buy interiors supplier Sage for $1.1 billionJuly 19
New Subaru chief aims to shore up profits, sales -- and trust -- with new planJuly 10
Newly appointed Subaru President Tomomi Nakamura has unveiled a five-year business plan that aims to boost U.S. market share, stoke an 18 percent increase in global sales, shore up flagging profitability and invest more in next-generation technologies.
Nissan admits to more testing misconduct for vehicles sold in JapanJuly 9
Nissan said it had improperly measured exhaust emissions and fuel economy for 19 vehicle models sold in Japan, the second case in less than a year where misconduct has been discovered in its inspection processes.