Quake still reverberates through auto industry
The earthquake in Japan is taking a heavy toll on the auto industry. With Japanese automakers and parts suppliers still struggling to recover from the disaster, car prices are rising and U.S. rivals are looking at boosting production to take away market share.
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#1 Apr 28, 2011
#2 May 3, 2011
I was intrusted to buy some toyota vehicles in Pakistan. but is regretted to hear that the toyota company has suspended its production due to uncertinainity situation of tsunami in Japan. I look forward for early rehabliitation of current situation.
thank you and best regrds,
Managing Director, Bilal & Brothers. Gilgit Pakistan.
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