Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corp plans to temporarily halt production at its major joint venture plant in Tianjin, according to Japanese media reports on Tuesday.
According to the Nikkei newspaper, two of the three production lines at Tianjin FAW Toyota Motor Co Ltd, a joint venture between Toyota Motor and China's FAW Group Corp, will be closed for a week from Oct 22, affecting production of Toyota's Crown and Reiz models.
The remaining production line, which mainly produces smaller cars such as the Vigo, will stop manufacturing on Oct 22 and Oct 26, said the report.
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