TOKYO (Reuters) -Toyota Motor Corp's global production for the first five months of 2022 fell 9.7% short of its own target on average, raising questions about whether the Japanese automaker will be able to maintain its current target for the year. The world's largest automaker by sales said it produced 634,940 vehicles in May, 5.3% fewer than in the same month last year and short of its target of about 700,000. It was the third consecutive month that Toyota has missed its monthly goal.
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