Japan's leading carmaker announced it would freeze production at all its Japanese factories for 11 days over February and March. This is on top of a three-day shutdown at Japanese factories in January. The last time Toyota Motor Corp. announced a sweeping production halt was in 1993 — and that was for one day only. The recession is hitting Toyota harder than top management expected.
Toyota Says It Will Suspend Production In Japan
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