Fuji Heavy Restarts Tornado-Damaged Indiana Subaru Plant

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TOKYO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd , the maker of Subaru cars, said its plant in Lafayette, Indiana, restarted normal operations on Tuesday a day after being shut due to damage from a powerful series of storms and tornados that ripped through the Midwestern United States. Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc manufactures 170,000 Subaru vehicles a year as well as 100,000 Camry sedans for Toyota Motor Corp, Fuji Heavy's largest shareholder with a 16.5 percent stake. Fuji ...

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