The world's largest automaker is cutting its forecasted profits 54 percent as production is hit especially hard by the recent flooding in Thailand.
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While we're not quite back at the pre-recession high of 17 million vehicles sold in the U.S.
For a car that costs a mere $24,000, the rich sure love to flock to the Toyota Prius.
Toyota isn’t letting anything short of the wrath of God get in the way of its North American expansion plans.