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Toyota, Honda face $5 Billion Takata costs

By Bloomberg
27 June 2017   |   7:38 am
Carmakers may end up shouldering the bulk of the costs of replacing the estimated 100 million defective air bags made by Takata after the company filed for bankruptcy.


4 Aug 2017
Koji Endo, the analyst at SBI Securities, discusses the tie up between Toyota and Mazda to work jointly on electric vehicles.
24 Mar 2018
Toyota has stopped testing its driverless cars after an Uber self-driving car hit and killed a pedestrian in California.
13 Jun 2018
Toyota has agreed to invest $1 billion in Grab, the Southeast Asian ride-hailing company that recently took over Uber's operations in that region.
28 Jun 2018
Toyota Motor is piling onto the broader auto industry’s criticism of the Trump administration’s imports investigation by warning how much more its cars could cost due to tariffs.
3 Aug 2018
Investors are bracing for Toyota Motor’s business update on Friday after global rivals fell short of estimates and warned of more pain.
28 Aug 2018
Toyota will invest about $500 million to work jointly on driverless-vehicle development, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing unidentified people familiar.
6 Feb 2019
Toyota has cut its net income forecast for the full year citing changes in U.S. taxation rules and losses from equity sales.
19 Feb 2019
Honda 'set to close' factory in Swindon, UK.
20 Feb 2019
Honda Motor Co. dealt a blow to the British auto industry just weeks before the Brexit deadline as it announced plans to close its U.K. plant.
15 May 2019
Thousands of workers at the Japanese car manufactuer's plant in Swindon are set to lose their jobs. Honda's president previously said that the move had nothing to do with the United Kingdom's exit from the EU.
31 Aug 2019
Toyota Motor Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. are strengthening their alliance by taking stakes in one another, seeking to bolster their position as the auto industry shifts further toward electrified and self-driving cars. Bloomberg's Dave McCombs reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
10 Dec 2020
Brexit, Christmas and the coronavirus pandemic have led to congestion problems at some of the UK's biggest ports. In turn, a lack of parts have arrived at a factory in southern England, leading to a temporary closure.