Toyota Australia will resume full-scale production tomorrow, following a 50% cut in volume May 9 as a result of parts shortages caused by the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan March 11. The disaster toppled Toyota Australia from its sales leadership for the first time since March 2005. GM Holden sold 11,115 vehicles to take the top spot by just 71 units in May, as Toyota sales plunged 38.1% to 11,044 units. Toyota Australia Executive Director Chris Harrod says production ...

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