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Toyota and Honda resume production in Malaysia

Automakers allowed to operate after government reverses COVID ban

Honda is restarting its Malaysian operations after the government reversed a ban it imposed last Wednesday.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- Toyota Motor and Honda Motor restarted their Malaysian plants on Monday, after the government reversed a policy that suspended operation of all nonessential industries as coronavirus cases surge in the country.

The government changed its mind after the automobile industry and the Japan External Trade Organization lobbied for work to resume.

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