Toyota says it will operate all 18 Japanese vehicle plants at 50% of normal production levels from May 10 through June 3, following Japan’s 13-day Golden Week holiday beginning Thursday, April 28. Last week, Toyota announced it would resume production at all 18 domestic plants for eight days beginning Monday, April 18. Included are the Miyagi facility of Central Motor and both Iwate plants of Kanto Auto Works, all having been damaged by the 9.0-magnitude earthquake that struck the ...

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