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Jaguar Land Rover parent warns of profit failure


With the company due to report fourth quarter earnings on the fiscal year ending March 31, Tata Motors, the Indian parent company of premium British automaker JLR has warned of decaying profit. With the group expected to make the financial report today, Tata Motors warned investors it could have no profit at the standalone level for the fiscal year that just ...
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Nissan’s profit seen rising, but earnings shrink
Japan’s second largest automaker, Nissan Motor Co has released its forecast for the full fiscal year 2014/15, with the net profit set to increase by 4.1%, which is slightly below ...
Toyota hits profit record, expects it to slip next fiscal year
President Akio Toyoda, fresh of a huge profit last year and accustomed to huge crises in its early years, is looking rather content at seeing the company’s profit flat or ...
Toyota to grow slower after huge profit increase
The world’s biggest automaker, Toyota, is expecting this fiscal year to face a rather modest growth after in the past 18 months its profit greatly increased thanks to the Japanese ...
Mitsubishi is finally profitable in Europe
The Japanese automaker ended a three years loss this fiscal year, which ended March 31, in the European region – even making the continental market its second most profitable business ...
Subaru reaches new fiscal year record
Fuji Heavy Industries Subaru unit has announced it achieved record sales in the US, Canada, and China managing a new record in fiscal year 2014 - April 2013 – March ...
Infiniti to finally hit operating margin goal this fiscal year
After years of low profitability, Infiniti, the luxury brand of Japanese carmaker Nissan, will meet its operating profit margin target this fiscal year, according to its president. Johan de Nysschen said ...
Subaru debates niche status with 412% surge
Fuji Heavy Industries Subaru is the prince of Japanese carmakers as its company’s stock has risen almost fivefold since the beginning of 2012, with record profits and sales. Subaru benefited more ...
Toyota Increases Profit Target for Fiscal Year on Strong US Sales and Weak Yen
Toyota increased its operating profit target for the financial year ending March 2014, as exports have become more profitable thanks to the weak yen. Toyota, which is the best-selling automaker in ...
Mitsubishi Reports Record Profit for Fiscal Year 2012/2013
Mitsubishi’s net profit for financial year ended March increased 58.7% to record 38.0 billion yen ($382.4 million). Mitsubishi managed to reach the record profit thanks to Japan’s green car subsidies, costs ...

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