Japanese auto giants Toyota and Nissan said Wednesday they would cut production in China because demand for Japanese cars has been hit by the bitter diplomatic row over disputed islands.
A demonstrator shouts slogans during a protest against Japan's "nationalising" of Diaoyu Islands on Septermber 18 in China. Toyota and Nissan are reducing production in China because demand for Japanese cars has been hit by an island row, officials said Wednesday.
The announcements came as talks between the countries' foreign ministers on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York ended without success.
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