TOYOTA DARLING

. . . . . . TOKYO (MarketWatch) -- Japanese automakers reported on Tuesday sharp declines in domestic sales and exports for the month of February, along with similar drops in global production.
Toyota Motor Corp. Japan's largest automaker, reported that worldwide auto production, including output from its subsidiaries Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. and Hino Motors Ltd., fell by 49.6% in February from a year ago, to 434,179 units.
For Toyota, February auto output in Japan fell by 64% and domestic sales were down by 32.5%, with exports falling 68.5%. Including the two subsidiaries, Japanese production was down 56.4%, domestic sales fell 25.2% and exports sank 68.4%.
Japan's second-largest automaker, Honda Motor Co. said its global automobile production for February fell for a fourth month in a row, down 42.7% compared to a year ago at 190,680 units, as output in Japan fell by 48.4%. . . . . . . . . . . . .TOYOTA . . .ONCE . . . . THE . . . . . DARLING .. . . . .OF.. THE.. AUTOMOTIVE.. WORLD . . . ..SUFFERED A . . . 68.5 PERCENT . . . PLUNGE . . .IN EXPORTS . . .DURING THE MONTH OF . .FEBRUARY . .COMPARED TO LAST YEAR . . .ITS . .AUTO PRODUCTION . . .WAS ALSO DOWN BY . . . SIXTY-FOUR PER CENT . . . . . A . .DARLING . . .NO . . .MORE.

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