Analysis of a Multinational Firm: Toyota Motor Corp.


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Analysis of a Multinational Firm: Toyota Motor Corp.
The firm under analysis is Toyota Motor Corp. (Toyota), an automotive manufacturer headquartered in Aichi, Japan, with $206B in 2009 sales. Toyota’s international accounting, strategy, marketing, finance, and response to global conditions will be considered.
Toyota operates all over the world, and is listed on stock exchanges in Japan, the U.K., and the U.S. Toyota’s international accounting system has to be responsive to the regulatory needs of each capital market. For example, in the U.S., Toyota spent two years retooling its financial reporting processes in order to become compliant with Sarbanes-Oxley (Liker and Hoseus 2007, p. 476). According to Liker and...
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