Yamaha halts production at 11 plants

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Yamaha Motor Company plans to temporarily stop production at 11 facilities worldwide because of the soft market. It was not specified which facilities would be affected.

The company said production would stop for seven to 10 days in February and March at plants that manufacture marine products, as well as those that make motorcycles, recreational vehicles and parts.

Yamaha is based in Japan, with Yamaha Motor Corp. USA headquartered in Kennesaw, Ga.

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