Honda had its turn to deal with striking workers in China, now it's Toyota that's feeling the wage demands of Chinese laborers. Tianjin Toyoda Gosei is the joint venture that runs a number of Toyota parts factories in China, and all three of its assembly lines have been stopped due to walkouts. Without the interior and exterior plastic and door parts it makes, Toyota's largest assembly factory in the country has had to be shut down. Toyota says it is continuing negotiations. We imagine that, as with Honda, it will want to get its sales position quickly sorted out in the world's largest car market.

[Source: Hindustan Times]


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