Governments have implicated the car industry in to a socio-politic-economic corner. This company is strongly linked to policies of governments by the earnings of banks. Therefore countries try to develop this industry to rise profits and in develop countries is a gigantic pressure to maintain it. Likewise Toyota is a company that dominates more than a handful of firms. “The company’s approach to dealing with political institutions has not always been brilliant. It tends to be good on technical issues, although it has not always fully presented the longer-term options, in order to make the choices and their implications clear.” Toyota had a lot of help from the local government, including tax break and facilities to operate their industry.
1.How stable is the political environment?
It’s very stable like we mention before is a gigantic industry that countries expect to continue developing and maintaining; moreover, Toyota is a leader in their field so by accepting Toyota to a country indirectly we are talking about profits.
2.Will government policy influence laws that regulate or tax your business?
Yes , Toyota “The company’s approach to dealing with political institutions has not always been brilliant” they most of the times they do not have a lot of taxes because consumers pay for it.
Toyota Company is has a huge share on auto mobile business which has been dominated in the XX century; moreover was consider as an economic phenomenon. Now a day’s all the industry is suffering a series of structural schisms and has become a riddled with contradictions and economic discontinues. “For the capital markets and the finance sector, it has lost a lot of its significance, as a result of ever declining profits and stagnant sales”. At the same time de proliferation of products makes that the economic resources are wasting. A different future is possible for the industry, a highly but its is very difficult to achieve.
New investment by Toyota in factories in the US and China saw 2005 profits rise, against the worldwide motor industry trend. Net profits rose 0.8% to 1.17 trillion yen ($11bn; £5.85bn), while sales were 7.3% higher at 18.55 trillion yen..
In 2003 Toyota knocked its rivals Ford to become the World's second largest carmaker with 6.78 million units. The company is still behind rivals General Motors with 8.59 million units in the same period. Its strong industry position is based upon a number of factors including a diversified product range, highly targeted marketing and a commitment to lean manufacturing and quality. The company makes a large range of vehicles for both private customers and commercial organizations, from the small Yaris to large trucks.
Toyota markets most of its products in the US and in Japan; therefore it depend of economic and political conditions those markets also by the movements in exchange rates.
One of the most successful and reliable companies in the world. Founded in 1933 by Kiichiro Toyoda, and in 2007 was the biggest enterprise on the industry of cars, getting over the big American companies like GMC and Ford.
Toyota, besides the massive production of cars, it’s constantly improving the technology of cars not just to show advance, because they are the top enterprise on the production of Hybrid and Electric cars, one example de Prius, that is one of the cars that everybody wants in America. In fact, the promotional slogan they use in US and Mexico, is “Moving forward”, that is related to the same vision that we mentioned before, of advance in many areas to help the society.
In 2010, Toyota was obligated to check 2,3 millions of cars, that were supposed to have a failure on the accelerator causing the death of 12 clients of Toyota, in the Social factor Toyota was really affected after by this, because many families demanded this company, they lost credibility on economic houses and they were not able to sell any more that...
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