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From Times Online

August 26, 2009

Toyota plan to cut global output may hit UK plant

Leo Lewis, Asia Business Correspondent

Toyota is poised to reverse decades of unbroken expansion with a series of potentially permanent cuts to vehicle manufacturing throughout its global factory network, and sources say that production lines in Britain could be among the prime casualties.

One insider suggested that cuts at Toyota’s factory at Burnaston in Derbyshire could see overall production reduced by about half, or 200,000 cars, as one of the two main lines is mothballed.

The manic euphoria in the markets is summed up nicely by Ruth:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/c...icle6809825.ece

From The Times

August 26, 2009

Summer recovery will turn to a cold winter

The markets are rallying and confidence is returning, but don’t be fooled: there can be only hard economic times ahead

Ruth Lea

Market sentiment has in the past few months gone from bearish to bullish as pundits have declared the end of recession. The mood has gone from deep despair to extraordinary elation — this week marked the biggest six-month rally in world share prices for 50 years — as good news takes centre stage and bad news is consigned to the wings......../

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From Times Online

August 26, 2009

Toyota plan to cut global output may hit UK plant

Leo Lewis, Asia Business Correspondent

Toyota is poised to reverse decades of unbroken expansion with a series of potentially permanent cuts to vehicle manufacturing throughout its global factory network, and sources say that production lines in Britain could be among the prime casualties.

One insider suggested that cuts at Toyota’s factory at Burnaston in Derbyshire could see overall production reduced by about half, or 200,000 cars, as one of the two main lines is mothballed.

The manic euphoria in the markets is summed up nicely by Ruth:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/c...icle6809825.ece

From The Times

August 26, 2009

Summer recovery will turn to a cold winter

The markets are rallying and confidence is returning, but don’t be fooled: there can be only hard economic times ahead

Ruth Lea

Market sentiment has in the past few months gone from bearish to bullish as pundits have declared the end of recession. The mood has gone from deep despair to extraordinary elation �" this week marked the biggest six-month rally in world share prices for 50 years �" as good news takes centre stage and bad news is consigned to the wings......../

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Has anyone managed to get the "indent" command to work on this site?

indent only works on a bankers head.

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OOO lots of sheep shaggers won't be able to get to the game. Too baaaaaaad.

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From Times Online

August 26, 2009

Toyota plan to cut global output may hit UK plant

Leo Lewis, Asia Business Correspondent

Toyota is poised to reverse decades of unbroken expansion with a series of potentially permanent cuts to vehicle manufacturing throughout its global factory network, and sources say that production lines in Britain could be among the prime casualties.

One insider suggested that cuts at Toyota’s factory at Burnaston in Derbyshire could see overall production reduced by about half, or 200,000 cars, as one of the two main lines is mothballed.

The manic euphoria in the markets is summed up nicely by Ruth:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/c...icle6809825.ece

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Makes sense to me, 200,000 cars per year would seem reasonable.

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