toyota motor corp
(7203:Tokyo Stock Exchange)
Executive Advisor and Executive Chairman of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.,Toyota Motor Corporation
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 28 board members in 2 different organizations across 5 different industries.|
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Mr. Yoshimi Inaba, also known as Yoshi, serves as an Executive Advisor of Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC). Mr. Inaba served as the President at Toyota Motor North America Inc., a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corp. since June 2009 and served as its Chief Officer of the North America Operations Group. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Toyota Motor Sales USA. He served as an Executive Operating Officer of NOF Corp. He served as President of Central Japan International ...
1 Toyota-choPhone: 81 565 28 2121
Toyota City, Aichi 471-8571
Fax: 81 565 23 5800
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Unknown/Other Education 1968
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