The automaker is increasing the number of days its facilities don't produce autos this month and next month, according to a report
The Wall Street Journal
published on its Web site late Friday. The reductions will vary plant by plant, depending on the products and inventory at each facility, the report said.
"This affects production at each plant we have in North America," said company spokesman Mike Goss, according to the report. "Suffice
it to say, inventory is too high in general."
The cuts come on top of reductions announced in November, when Toyota cut production days at all of its factories for December, the report noted.
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