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5. Toyota Motor
Toyota Motor
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 5 (Previous rank: 6)
CEO: Fujio Cho
Employees: 316,121
Address: 1 Toyota-cho
Toyota  471-8571
Country: Japan
Website: www.toyota.co.jp
Detroit's decline worked in Toyota's favor, as the leader in hybrid-electric vehicles pushed past its American rivals on this year's list. Overall, Toyota sold only 3,000 fewer vehicles than global leader General Motors.

But the Japanese company gained on its rival in the United States: GM's sales fell 6% on its home turf, while Toyota's sales rose 3.1%.
Revenues 230,200.8 12.4
Profits 15,042.5 7.0
Assets 326,099.0
Stockholders' equity 119,249.6
Revenues 7
Assets 5
1 Toyota Motor 5 230,200.8
2 General Motors 9 182,347.0
3 Daimler 11 177,167.1
4 Ford Motor 13 172,468.0
5 Volkswagen 18 149,054.1
6 Honda Motor 40 105,102.4
7 Nissan Motor 50 94,782.1
8 Peugeot 66 82,964.8
9 Fiat 71 80,112.3
10 BMW 78 76,675.3
11 Hyundai Motor 82 74,899.8
12 Robert Bosch 101 63,401.1
13 Renault 119 55,684.0
14 Volvo 167 42,229.5
15 Koç Holding 186 39,391.7
16 Denso 212 35,245.4
17 Johnson Controls 219 34,678.0
18 Suzuki Motor 251 30,668.8
19 Mazda Motor 255 30,435.6
20 Bridgestone 276 28,793.0
21 China FAW Group 303 26,391.1
22 Delphi 305 26,160.0
23 Magna International 307 26,067.0
24 Aisin Seiki 345 23,646.0
25 Mitsubishi Motors 350 23,485.7
26 Michelin 362 23,086.9
27 Continental 369 22,748.0
28 MAN Group 370 22,688.6
29 Shanghai Automotive 373 22,606.8
30 Goodyear Tire & Rubber 410 20,538.0
31 Toyota Industries 479 17,517.6
32 ZF Friedrichshafen 485 17,313.5
33 Isuzu Motors 497 16,854.7
From the July 21, 2008 issue
Figures prepared in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
Figures are for fiscal year ended March 31, 2008.
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