Still reeling from the global economic downturn, Toyota Motor Corp. says it will cut U.S. production for the fourth time in seven months, as well as offer buyouts to 18,000 workers. “We’ve taken responsible, step-by-step actions to address this issue in recent months, and we hope the new measures will help us adjust while protecting jobs,” Jim Wiseman, vice president of external affairs-Toyota Motor Engineering & Mfg. North America (TEMA), says in a statement. “This philosophy of ...

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