Toyota is watching the situation closely and is giving priority to the safety of its staff in China as tensions rise between China and Japan in a dispute over territorial claims to uninhabited islands in the East China Sea. Toyota says it will suspend production at two of its Chinese factories from Wednesday until Sept. 29, Reuters reports. Japanese auto makers are scaling back joint-venture production in China following anti-Japan protests that have forced dealerships to close. The ...

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