The auto major cut production by 50,000 vehicles and now anticipates producing about 800,000 units in June.
It has decided to suspend domestic factory line operations for the week of June 6, on top of the suspension announced earlier.
The company now sees an average global production plan from June through August to 850,000 units per month and 9.7 million units for the full period of Fiscal Year 2023.
Toyota has warned that the production may also be lower than cited due to the volatile supply chain situation.
Price Action: TM shares closed higher by 2.79% at $165.53 on Thursday.
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