Workers assemble Yaris compact sedans, set for export to North America, on a newly opened assembly line at a plant of Toyota Motor Co.'s group company Central Motor Co. in Ohira in Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan. Toyota Motor Corp., the world's biggest automaker, said Wednesday it will extend production halts at its car plants through March 22, affecting about 95,000 vehicles. (AP File Photo/Koji Sasahara, file)
Workers assemble Yaris compact sedans, set for export to North America, on a newly opened assembly line at a plant of Toyota Motor Co.'s group company Central Motor Co. in Ohira in Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan. Toyota Motor Corp., the world's biggest automaker, said Wednesday it will extend production halts at its car plants through March 22, affecting about 95,000 vehicles. (AP File Photo/Koji Sasahara, file)
published Friday, March 18th, 2011
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