Honda president and CEO Takahiro Hachigo added: "We produce cars in Mexico for markets including North America and Europe and we have no immediate plan to change this." Mr Trump responded there was "no way" the move was going to happen. Shortly before New York stock markets closed on Thursday, the share price had not recovered and were down from pre-tweet by 0.5 per cent.The Baja California plant makes about 100,000 pickup trucks per year, but the company wants to raise this number to around 160,000.It’s the managing board’s decision whether to pay or not.For example - If a company whose share price is Rs.A market segment should be: A market can be segmented by various bases, and industrial markets are segmented somewhat differently from consumer markets, as described below.A basis for segmentation is a factor that varies among groups within a market, but that is consistent within groups.Mr Trump was seemingly responding to comments made by Toyota Motor president Akio Toyoda at an auto industry event that the company was still forging ahead with plans to up production in Mexico."We will consider our option as we see what policies the incoming president adopts," he said. Mr Trump sent the tweet at 1.14pm ET, and within minutes the share price of the 0 billion market capitalisation company plummeted.
The car company tanked on the stock market within five minutes of Donald Trump vowing to stop the firm from moving to Baja California in Mexico, where it already has a plant.
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Mr Trump was confused about the location of the new plant.
Toyota had first announced plans for a new plant in Mexico in April 2015 - but in Guanajuato city.