Last month Toyota reported a 37 percent sales decline and now vehicles are beginning to pile up. Last month was Toyota’s sharpest decline in more than a quarter of a century. Toyota even performed worse than GM and Ford.
“I never expected the crisis to spread this fast and leave this deep a scar,” Toyota President Katsuaki Watanabe told reporters at a Tokyo event hosted by Japan’s top business lobbies.
Nissan and Honda have also announced to cut production by at least 200,000 vehicles for the year ending in March.
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