TOKYO, March 28 (Reuters) - Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd said on Monday it would resume partial production of 660cc minivehicles on March 31 as parts supply and electricity become available, adding that a full resumption would take some time. The maker of Subaru cars also said it would keep its production of non-mini vehicles suspended at least through March 31. It continues to manufacture vehicle parts for use at overseas assembly plants and vehicle repair parts, it said in a statement. ...
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