Overseas supply chain issues cut Camry output 20% last fiscal year.
Toyota Australia reports Japan’s earthquake and tsunami combined with Thailand’s massive floods to wash away A$1 billion ($1.01 billion) in sales in the fiscal year ended March 31, resulting in an after-tax loss of A$32.6 million ($33.2 million), more than double the A$13.2 million ($13.4 million) loss the previous year. The auto maker says the two natural disasters had an unprecedented impact on the company and resulted in a limited supply of vehicles and parts for most of ...
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