President of Toyota Motor Corporation Toyota Akio earnings announcement at a press conference on the 11th, and now by the earthquake in the eastern parts shortage, the production, being forced to run about 50% lower "in Japan and overseas, about 70 percent in June recover, "said the source said. With the restoration of damaged parts makers, they have gradually raised about the prospect of parts. Meanwhile, the financial year ended March 31, 11 (U.S. GAAP), although about 110 billion yen climbed to earthquake losses, but sales growth in emerging countries, the profit shown in the main business income rose 4682 was 3.2 billion times. However, was below market expectations.
Toyota president said in an interview on April 22 about the outlook for recovery "production in Japan in July, increasing gradually from overseas around August," he explained. At a press conference that day, the results listed suppliers committed to supporting recovery, reduced to 150 from 30 different parts are difficult to procure, and description of the recovery period has been moved up production. However, the timing to normal production of all models is shown in the April 22 "11 to change in December," he said.
Consolidated sales for fiscal year ended March 11 (including Daihatsu and Hino Motors, Ltd.) is one million 730% increase year on year. 12 The impact of the earthquake in Japan and ending subsidies million eco-cars fell to 191 percent of the decline in Asia (28% increase) was that emerging economies such as towing.
Consolidated net sales for the fiscal year ending March 11 was 0.2 percent, an increase of 18 trillion yen 9936, the last (fiscal) 4081 billion yen in profit, an increase of 94 percent. Toyota president is "a big earthquake had a negative impact and a sharp appreciation of the yen has been strengthened to ensure that management foundation" was evaluated. Consolidated earnings forecast fiscal year ending March 12 is "not reasonably assessed the effects of the earthquake," decided not to publish as Toyota president is "I want to publish by mid-June," he said.
トヨタ自動車の豊田章男社長は１１日の決算発表会見で、東日本大震災による部品不足で現在、５割程度の低操業を強いられている生産について「国内外 とも、６月には７割程度に回復する」との見通しを明らかにした。被災した部品メーカーの復旧に伴い、部品調達に徐々にめどがついてきたため。一方、１１年 ３月期連結決算（米国会計基準）は、震災による損失が約１１００億円に上ったものの、新興国での販売台数が伸び、本業のもうけを示す営業利益は前期比 ３．２倍の４６８２億円だった。ただ、市場の予想は下回った。
豊田社長は４月２２日の会見で、生産回復の見通しについて「国内で７月、海外で８月ごろから順次増加させる」と説明していた。この日の会 見では、部品メーカーの復旧支援に全力を挙げた結果、調達困難な部品が１５０種類から３０種類まで減少し、生産回復の時期が前倒しされたと説明。ただ、全 車種の生産が正常化する時期については、４月２２日に示した「１１～１２月で変わらない」とした。
１１年３月期の連結売上高は同０．２％増の１８兆９９３６億円、最終（当期）利益は９４％増の４０８１億円。豊田社長は「急激な円高や震 災という大きな減益要因があったが、経営基盤が確実に強化されている」と評価した。１２年３月期の連結業績予想は「震災の影響で合理的に算定できない」と して公表を見送り、豊田社長は「６月中旬までには公表したい」と述べた。