Toyota shares tumble after national plant suspended By Reuters

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© Reuters. Employees wearing protective masks work at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing France plant as it resumes operations after five weeks of closure during a lockdown amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Onnaing, France, April 23, 2020. REUTERS

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Toyota Shares of Motor (NYSE:) Corp fell 0.3% on Tuesday morning after the company announced it had suspended operations at the national plant that day due to a suspected cyberattack at the one of its suppliers.

A spokesman for supplier Kojima Industries Corp, which supplies plastic parts and electronic components to the Japanese automaker, said on Monday it appeared to have been the victim of some kind of cyber attack. (nL1N2V30UK)

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