Toyota denies Japan output to return to 90 pct in June

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TOKYO, May 24 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp denied media reports on Tuesday that its vehicle production in Japan would recover to 90 percent of pre-quake levels in June, higher than the 70 percent it had flagged on May 11. "The situation has not changed since we announced the latest plans along with our financial results on May 11," Toyota spokeswoman Monika Saito said. Public broadcaster NHK and Kyodo news agency reported that Toyota's domestic production would return to 90 percent of ...

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