Japan's Industrial Output Falls as Weak Exports Sap DemandBy
Lunar New Year, Toyota shutdown hurt February production
Forecasts for March, April see pickup as car output resumes
Japan’s industrial production dropped the most since the March 2011 earthquake as falling exports sapped demand and a steel-mill explosion halted domestic car production at Toyota Motor Corp.
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