Toyota says to slow China output due to anti-Japan sentiment


BEIJING, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Japanese car-maker Toyota Motor Corp is likely to slow production in China as anti-Japan sentiment there hurts sales, a Toyota executive said on Wednesday. The executive, who declined to be named because any public comments were meant to be made via an official statement, said a report by Japan's Asahi newspaper that it would completely halt China production in October was "not quite true". Toyota is expected to make a statement ...

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