Posting this again:By definition that Made in USA Toyota is still an imported brand. The country that benefits most from their profits is still Japan.
By your definition, Apple would be a Chinese company.
" The official definition of a "Made in the USA" label as set forth by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requires that a product advertised as "Made in the USA" be entirely or virtually entirely made in the United States"
Note that is not "my definition"...it's FTC's.
Profit has nothing to do with it. Toyota North America is a subsidiary, no one knows how much money they fork over to Japan. It's irrelevant anyways, in regards to being a domestic product.
BTW, Apple isn't made in China, per se. Its components are being made in a number of countries, US included. The gyroscope it's made in Italy, for example. It's the final assembly that takes place in China.