Anti-Japan protests in China cause Honda, Mazda, Nissan to suspend production
Lei also said buyers are boycotting Japanese goods, especially cars, over safety concerns.
Honda and Mazda aren't alone, either. Toyota and Panasonic both reported fire damage at their facilities, and one Toyota dealership was set ablaze as well. Protesters overturned cars and smashed windshields in some cities as well, as the September 18 anniversary of the Manchurian Incident approaches. The date marks the anniversary of Japan's invasion into northeastern China in 1931.
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