Date
25 April 2018

China production surges for Japanese carmakers, WSJ says

Japanese carmakers Toyota Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co. all logged their biggest year-over-year output gains in China last month since a Chinese consumer backlash started last year over a territorial row, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Toyota said its production in China surged 54.5 percent in September to 72,985 vehicles, the report said. Nissan built 114,942 vehicles, up 48.2 percent. Honda increased output 40.3 percent to 71,199 vehicles.

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