COVID-19 pandemic: Toyota, Honda resume operations in Malaysia


Japanese automaker had temporarily suspended production last week after Malaysian government imposed restriction on nonessential industries to prevent COVID-19 infection

Toyota and Honda resumed manufacturing operations at their plants in Malaysia on 18 January after the Malaysian government reversed previously announced restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19, Nikkei reported.

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