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Japan loses, others gain

(Global Times)

08:34, September 29, 2012

A Toyota Motor Corp employee inspects a vehicle at the company's assembly line in Tianjin. Toyota has idled its plants in Tianjin and Guangzhou, but said production will resume in October after the week-long National Day holiday. [Photo/China Daily]

Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corp on Monday resumed its production at all of its nine factories in China that had been halted since September 18, despite the ongoing territorial dispute between China and Japan over the Diaoyu Islands.

"The situation is developing, and there might be changes [regarding the resumption] … I will have to keep in touch with the factories," Ma Chunping, public relations director at FAW Toyota Motor Sales Co, one of Toyota's joint ventures in China, told the Global Times on Tuesday.

"The halt in production has definitely had an impact on us, but it is not yet clear how many units were affected," Ma said.

Japanese carmakers Honda Motors, Nissan and Mazda also restarted or partially restarted their operations in China, after the massive anti-Japanese protests across the country subsided last week.

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