Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) Pulls Back into Pole Position: General Motors Company (GM)

Bottom Line

After suffering from the 2011 natural disaster that rocked Japanese manufacturing, Toyota seems to have rebounded strongly. The company is selling a huge amount of vehicles and is delivering excellent profits, supported among other factors by a weak yen and the recovery in the US auto market. While Toyota is valued higher at the moment than its US counterparts, who are also doing very well in terms of sales, it may also be able to deliver higher growth in the years to come.

The article Toyota Pulls Back into Pole Position originally appeared on and is written by Daniel James.

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