UPDATE 1-Japan automakers shut plants due to snow - Kyodo


(Adds companies) TOKYO, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. and several other Japanese automakers have suspended operations at plants in Japan because of heavy snow that has blanketed large parts of the country, Kyodo news agency said on Friday. Toyota, Japan's largest automaker, shuttered 12 factories, including engine and finished-car assembly plants, and plants run by three manufacturing subsidiaries in Hokkaido, Miyagi and Fukuoka prefectures, the report said, citing company ...

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