The company made $7.59 billion in 2011, the largest profit in its 103-year history.
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But the automaker misses forecasts because of global troubles, and the record earnings may not thrill the still-struggling people of a nation that bailed the company out.
The Japanese automaker promised an aggressive sales effort once it got back on its feet, and it began in January.
The president may not deserve the credit, but these companies have thrived since he took office.
Overall sales are expected to increase by 7% for the month, continuing solid momentum from 2011.
Nah. In fact, it won't even crack the top 10.
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