TOKYO — Demand for new models is forcing Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. Ltd. to boost production by introducing a six-day work week, published reports here say. There is no data, however, on how many extra vehicles will result from the move. Staff at a Toyota plant in the Aichi district have been told to work a six-day week until next March, excluding December, due to strong demand for the luxury Celsior sedan, a company spokesman confirms. Toyota ...
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