Suzuki: reducing China output in wake of anti-Japan protests


TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Suzuki Motor Corp said it was cutting car output in China this week amid growing anti-Japan sentiment that has hit sales of Japanese cars. Suzuki said on Wednesday it would reduce production by switching to a single factory shift from the usual two this week. (Reporting by Kentaro Sugiyama; Editing by Chang-Ran Kim)

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