Auto makers say snow impact on China plants small


By Fang Yan and Chang-Ran Kim SHANGHAI/TOKYO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Disruption at the operations of foreign auto makers due to fierce winter weather in China should be short-lived and annual output is unlikely to be affected, company executives and analysts said on Wednesday. Most of the firms can comfortably make up lost production with extra weekend shifts or by running at higher capacity for a while, they said. "We're not yet certain of the volume impact, but it seems we'll be able to ...

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