Weak yen set to boost Toyota profits
The world's biggest-selling car maker Toyota unveils its latest quarterly results later on Friday.
Analysts are forecasting a big jump in profits, thanks party to government policies that have resulted in a weaker yen.
Ahead of the earnings release, Rico Hizon spoke to the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes in Tokyo about how a weak Japanese currency is helping to boost profits.
- From the section Business