Exec: Toyota will make cars, despite SUV shift

(5 Dec 2018) Toyota’s top U.S. executive says his company will keep making cars despite a dramatic shift by American consumers to trucks and SUVs. Jim Lentz spoke about Toyota’s strategy during an economic forum in Detroit on Wednesday. (Dec. 5)

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Gov. Welcomes Toyota to ‘Sweet Home Alabama’

Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda have announced plans to build a $1.6 billion joint-venture auto plant in Huntsville, Alabama. It will eventually employ about 4,000 people. (Jan. 10)

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Toyota-Mazda Plant Announced in Alabama

Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda have announced plans to build a $1.6 billion joint-venture auto plant in Huntsville, Alabama. It will eventually employ about 4,000 people. (Jan. 10)

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Toyota showcases humanoid robot that mirrors user

Japanese auto giant Toyota showcases a humanoid robot that can mirror its user’s movements, a product it says has uses as varied as elderly care and disaster response.

Toyota, Mazda announce tie-up over electric vehicles, US factory

Japanese auto giant Toyota and smaller rival Mazda announce they agreed a capital tie-up to focus on joint development of electric vehicles, while building a $1.6 billion factory in the United States which will create up to 4,000 jobs.

VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – August, 18 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: days of protests call for resignation of Pakistan’s prime minister, ebola center attacked and looted in Liberia’s capital, Somalia announces fresh efforts to tackle illegal arms trade, and Brazilian investigation accuses foreign automakers of helping military dictatorship target opponents.

PAKISTAN
Massive Anti-Government Marches Held in Islamabad
Tens of thousands are calling on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to resign.

LIBERIA
Ebola Quarantine Center Attacked
At least 17 people who were being observed at the facility have fled, possibly spreading the virus in a country that is ill-equipped to cope.

SOMALIA
Peacekeepers and Government Forces Seize Weapons from Militia
The government announced a new initiative to crack down on illegal arms last week.

BRAZIL
Documents Link Foreign Companies to Military Dictatorship
Government-led inquiry claims automakers such as Toyota and Ford leaked information to junta leaders about employees who were considered a threat.

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