Toyota's quarterly earnings report released Tuesday shows it is recovering from this year's earlier earthquake and tsunami. The carmaker has reported profits and raised its annual earnings forecast.
The company eked out a 1.1 billion yen, or 14 million US dollars, in second quarter profits. Toyota says auto sales held up in Asian nations such as Indonesia and now expects to sell 7.6 million vehicles worldwide, up from an earlier forecast of 7.24 million.
The company says though the unfavorable exchange rate - that's the climbing yen we told you about - erased 50 billion yen of profit during the quarter.
Toyota says it will work on cost cuts and sales increases that won't be affected by a higher yen.