Toyota told suppliers no Japan output until at least Apr 11-source


TOKYO, March 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp told its main suppliers not to expect a restart of production in Japan until at least April 11, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday, declining to be identified. All vehicle assembly has been halted at the 18 domestic factories that build Toyota and Lexus cars except for two plants that are producing a limited number of three hybrid models, including the Prius. April 11 would be exactly a month since the massive earthquake that ...

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