CANBERRA – Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. is bracing itself for a cut in production should the crisis over Iraq begin to hurt car sales in the Middle East. CEO Ken Asano says the auto maker is keeping a close eye on developments in the Middle East. "So far, it doesn't have any impact on the Australian business," he tells the Melbourne Age. "We have not had to adjust production numbers yet." However, Toyota Motor Corp. President Fujio Cho says Saudi Arabian sales did fall in February. ...

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