Toyota Faces Global Recall of Approximately 7.5 Million Vehicles

As if Toyota doesn’t have enough problems…

The company, who has been facing rapidly declining sales in China (due to large refusals of Japanese-manufactured goods), has just announced it is recalling 7.5 million vehicles (2.5 million vehicles which are sold in the US).

According to a Los Angeles Times article, the recall is due to power window switches, which have been melting and starting fires in some of the faulty vehicles.


About Jessica Summers

My name is Jessica Summers. I graduated as valedictorian from Marymount Manhattan College in 2012 with a B.A. in Communications and minors in Journalism and Political Science. During college, I spent a summer abroad studying at Oxford University and also held internships at CNN International, CNBC Business News, and WABC-TV, among other news organizations and media outlets. I am currently a graduate student at New York University’s Business and Economic Reporting program. I am an aspiring broadcast journalist, especially interested in covering the world of business and finance.
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