Toyota to Announce Management Reshuffle: WSJ

Toyota Motor is reshuffling its management team, reports the Wall Street Journal. But its top executives, led by Chairman Fujio Cho and President Katsuaki Watanabe, are expected to remain more or less unchanged.

The only known, notable change made so far to the top team of the world's second biggest producer of automobiles is the impending departure of Executive Vice President Yoshi Inaba, who has led Toyota's push into China over the past two years.

The Wall Street Journal says to expect few more changes to the top team, although the company may alter responsibilities among executive vice presidents.

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