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Japanese automakers continue output fall in China


08:19, December 24, 2012

Japan’s top three car makers all report double-digit falls in their production in China in November from the previous year.

Toyota’s production in China fell 38.7 percent to just over 50,000 units. But that was less of a drop than October’s 61 percent fall. Nissan’s China output declined 43 percent to 68,000 units, while that of Honda dropped 60 percent to 2,6500 vehicles.

Overall overseas output for Toyota and Honda both ROSE to a record high in November, boosted by increases in North America and other Asian countries. Toyota’s overseas production rose 21.8 percent, while Honda’s output surged 47.6 percent. Nissan’s production abroad however was down 6.8 percent.

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