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Old 18th July 2007, 22:17   #1
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Quake forces Toyota to halt production - Yahoo! News

The temporary closure of auto parts maker Riken Corp.'s plant at Kashiwazaki city, near the epicenter of Monday's magnitude 6.8 quake, has forced Toyota, Nissan Motor Co. Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Fuji Heavy Industries to scale back production.
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But these companies have operations worldwide, so closure of one or two plants doesn't mean total closure.
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Will probably make a very miniscule difference to their operations & expect them to be up & running in no time at all.
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