MEXICO CITY, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Toyota's car manufacturing plant in northern Mexico will sit idle for five days in February, responding to falling demand from consumers hit by the widening global financial crisis, the company said on Thursday. Toyota Motor Corp , the world's No. 1 carmaker, is suffering along with other auto companies that are facing their toughest business environment in decades as credit tightens and consumer confidence wanes. "In response to slowing North American ...
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