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Toyota Motor Corp.

Headquarters : 1, Toyota-cho Toyota City, Aichi 471-8571 Japan Japan web www.global.toyota.com tel. 81-565-28-2121 stock : TM analytics

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Labor 2 Jobs -1% /1998 Pollution 3 Offshore 2 Sales 173 Bn $.€ /year Profit 46 Bn $.€ /1998 Influence 4 Infocom 2
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shareholdercountry%source
FMR Corp. (Fidelity Investments)United States of America0,1
Panasonic ex-Matsushita Electric IndustriesJapan Les Echos
Toyoda, ShoichiroJapan2,5L'Expansion
? More shareholders of Toyota Motor Corp.
year
business
source
2007Toyota is the largest carmaker in the world, with 9,36 millions cars made in 2007.Les Echos
2006Second seller of cars in the United States.AFP
2004Toyota sells 22,15% of the cars purchased in Australia.Le Monde
2004Toyota sells 6,7% of the cars purchased in Turkey.Le Monde
2004Controls 3,9% of the New car market in France
2004Toyota sells 42,2% of the cars purchased in Japan.Le Monde
2004Toyota vend 14,1% of the cars purchased in Russia.Le Monde
2004Toyota sells 12,1% of the cars purchased in the United-States.Le Monde
2004World's second-largest car maker with 7,547 million units made.Les Echos
2004Toyota sells 44,4% of the Cars bought in Japan.Autoactu.com
2004Toyota sells 3,7% of the cars bought in China.Le Monde
2003Toyota sells 3,7% of the new cars bought in FranceLes Echos
1990Toyota sells 7,6% of the cars bought in the United-StatesLes Echos
? More business descriptions and market shares for Toyota Motor Corp..
subsidiarycountry%source
Aisin Seiki Japan24,5
Daihatsu Motor Co Japan51
Denso Corp. Japan25
Fuji Heavy Industries Japan20Financial Times
Hino Motor Co. Japan50,1Les Echos
Inchcape United Kingdom5,4
KDDI Corp. Japan12
Koyo Seiko Co., Ltd. Japan20
Panasonic ex-Matsushita Electric Industries Japan0,84Les Echos
? More subsidiaries of Toyota Motor Corp.
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Argentina Argentina
Buenos Aires : 60 000v/an
 Les Echos
China China
: Production, Une partie de la fabrication de la Prius 3
 Les Echos
China China
Guangzhou Toyota Motor Co. : Production, 80 000 Yaris/year
 
China China
Guangzhou, JV avec Guangzhou Automotive Group : Production, 100 000 voitures/an
 Les Echos
China China
Nansha, Guangdong JV with Guangzhou Automotive (70%) : 500000 engines/year
 Les Echos
China China
:
 Reuters
India India
Bangalore, deuxi?me usine de Toyota en Inde : Production, Corolla et futures voitures low cost
 AFP
India India
Second plant in Bangalore : Production, 100 000 Corolla / years
 AFP
India India
Bangalore : 60 000 cars / year
 Les Echos
India India
Karnataka : transmission
 Les Echos
Mexico Mexico
Tijuana : pick-up Tacoma
 Les Echos
Myanmar Myanmar
JV : Production,
 National Labor Committee
Poland Poland
Walbrzych : moteurs, leviers de vitesse
 Les Echos
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Kolin (50%) : 300 000 cars/year
 Wall Street Journal Europe
United Kingdom United Kingdom
:
 Les Echos
Russia Russia
St-Petersbourg : usine d'assemblage de Camry, capacit? de production de 50.000 v?hicules par an.
 Les Echos
Switzerland Switzerland
Toyota AG, 5745 Safenwil :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Trinidad y Tobago Trinidad y Tobago
Toyota Trinidad & Tobago Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Turkey Turkey
Adapazari : Corolla (exportation vers Europe)
 Les Echos

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2009Toyoda, Akio
See the photo of: Toyoda, Akio Chief Executive Officer;
Les Echos
2006Toyoda, Akio
See the photo of: Toyoda, Akio Chief Operating Officer;
L'Expansion
2003Ikebuchi, Kosuke
See the photo of: Ikebuchi, Kosuke Vice-president;
2003Isomura, Iwao
See the photo of: Isomura, Iwao Vice-president;
2002Cho, Fujio
See the photo of: Cho, Fujio Chief Executive Officer;
2000Okuda, Hiroshi
See the photo of: Okuda, Hiroshi Chairman of the Board;
Keiranden
year
employees
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social impact : country
source
2009
-2300
Internal restructuring: Toyota closes its Nummi factory (New United Motor Manufacturing Inc.) of Fremont in California, opened in 1984 with General Motors.: United States of America
Les Echos
2008
-3000
Internal restructuring: Toyota removes half of its interim jobs in Japan.: Japan
Les Echos
2007
A Japanese court recognized with the widow of an employee of the car manufacturer Toyota the right to perceive a pension, ruling that her husband was, literally, killed with the task. Kenichi Uchino, a 30 year old engineer, had died two hours after having broken down at its working station of the factory Toyota de Tsutsumi (center) in 2002. His wife, Hiroko Uchino, had claimed with the Japanese government a pension of widowhood to the title of the industrial accidents, asserting that the excessive overtime carried out with the factory by her husband had caused a cardiac arrhythmia, at the origin of her death. According to it, Mr. Uchino had carried out nearly 150 overtime of work during the month which had preceded its death. The court of the district of Nagoya gave reason to Mrs. Uchino. According to judges', Mr. Uchino had carried out 106 hours and 45 minutes additional, and "at his place so much it could not return any more was occupied".: Japan
AFP
2006
ILO violation 87,98 : The Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMPC) continued to ignore a Supreme Court order to recognise and enter into bargaining with the TMPC Workers' Association (TMPCWA). It also continued to refuse to reinstate workers dismissed in 2001 for taking part in peaceful protests over the company's refusal to recognise the union. The government failed to implement a recommendation by the ILO to amend its legislation to allow for " a fair, independent and speedy certification process", and to "make every effort to ensure that the TMPCWA and Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation negotiate in good faith in order to reach a collective agreement. While the TMPCWA's campaign for recognition continues, a new yellow union supported by management ? the TMPCLO (Toyota Motor Philippines Labour Organisation) - was organised, and immediately filed a petition for certification election. Management's deliberate intransigence and refusal to bargain in good faith with TMPCWA has prevented an agreement for five years, opening the door to a certification challenge. DOLE officials oversaw the certification vote on 16 February, and neither TMPCWA nor TMPCLO received a majority of the votes. The TMPCWA then filed a petition with the DOLE to nullify the election -- and not surprisingly, the TMPCLO, with the support of management, opposed the petition. TMPCWA pushed forward with demands to re-start collective bargaining negotiations and seek reinstatement of the remaining 136 workers fired since 2001, but these demands were rejected outright by management. In April, DOLE rejected the TMPCWA's petition, and subsequently proceeded to certify the TMPCLO as the legal bargaining representative, despite the fact that it had not received a majority of the workers? votes. The International Metalworkers Federation (IMF) launched a global campaign to pressure Toyota to reinstate the fired TMPCWA members. On 16 August, security guards at DOLE headquarters used violence to try and prevent TMPCWA members from entering the DOLE compound, and fired shots in the air to intimidate workers. TMPCWA members succeeded in gaining entry to the DOLE but subsequently 21 trade unionists, including TMPCWA President Ed Cubelo, were arrested by the police. The unionists were detained for three days before finally being released.: Philippines
ITUC-CSI
2006
ILO violation 87 : On 6 January, management of the carmaker Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Ltd (89% owned by Toyota) fired three union leaders of the Toyota Kirloskar Motor Employees' Union, affiliated to the Centre for Indian Trade Unions, for alleged ?disciplinary? reasons. Union members at the factory in Bidadi (on the outskirts of Bangalore) countered that the factory-level leaders had in fact been terminated because of their active role in the union, and 1550 workers promptly went out on a wild-cat strike to demand reinstatement of their leaders. Management responded with a lock-out of the strikers, starting on 8 January, and suspended another 27 union members. Three separate efforts by government regulators to mediate a resolution to the impasse failed, as management repeatedly refused to meet with the union for joint talks, and insisted that all strikers sign a pledge to "maintain discipline and ensure full production" before allowing them to return to work. Finally, at the prompting of the company, the Karnataka State Labour Secretary issued an order on 21 January, prohibiting the workers? strike from continuing. On the same day, 1300 striking workers were arrested by police for unlawful assembly as they marched to petition the State Labour Secretary. Most of the workers were released the same day. Deprived of their right to strike, union members were compelled to return to work on 24 January and to sign a modified written pledge before entering the factory. The dismissal of the three union leaders and suspensions of 27 workers were appealed by the union to the Labour Court.: India
ITUC-CSI
2006
265753
2005
1000
Embauche de 1000 salari?s suppl?mentaires dans son usine de Valenciennes-Onnaing.: France
Les Echos
2005
Relocation:
Les Echos
2005
500
Other:
Les Echos
2004
-125
Reuters
2003
264096
2002
246702
1998
159035
year
employees
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social impact : country
source
 13 informations, access to subscribers
year
country : consequences
source
2006United States of America AFP
2004United States of America : Plainte contre l'Etat de Californie pour faire abroger la loi sur les ?missions de gaz ? effet de serreSan Francisco Chronicle
2003United States of America : Violation des lois sur la pollution atmosph?rique, amende de 34 millions de dollarsAutoactu.com
year
country : consequences
source
 3 informations, access to subscribers

year  salesincome buybacksource
2005   172,7510,91   billion US$
2004   163,6411   billion US$
2003   128,976,25   billion US$
2002   107,444,18   billion US$
2001   106,035,45   billion US$
2001   1,2billion US$Reuters
2001   2,1billion US$Les Echos
2000   119,664,54   billion US$
1999   12million sharesSmartMoney
1998   8,5million sharesSmartMoney
1998   18million sharesSmartMoney
1998   88,473,44   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 12 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2000Prevent binding environmental regulations (environmental protection through economic growth, self-regulation and free trade) : WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) : : United Nations translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Market access and investment protection (through WTO, GATS), avoid social and environmental rules : ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) : : WTO, GATS translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 720 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 108 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
? More influence from Toyota Motor Corp.
? Influence in 2007
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 4 informations, access to subscribers
? More influence from Toyota Motor Corp.
? Influence in 2007
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
2007EtatUnited States of America323 million US$AP
2004EtatSpain161 million US$News and Record
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
 2 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2006slogan: Lexus, the pursuit of perfection.;
2005Arguable partnership: Promesse d'un don de 3,45 millions d'euros pour les victimes de tsunami: value: Humanitaire; AFP
2002Arguable partnership: Minist?re de l'Ecologie et du D?veloppement Durable: "en ville sans ma voiture".: value: Protection de l'environnement;
2001ad budget: 2213 million US$; Advertising Age
2000ad budget: 2283 million US$; Advertising Age
2000 ad
1999slogan: Yaris, elle d?fie toute logique.;
1998ad budget: 1692 million US$; Advertising Age
1997ad budget: 1724 million US$; Advertising Age
1996ad budget: 1789 million US$; Advertising Age
1995slogan: Toyota, everything keeps going right.;


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