Japan woes set to hit Europe auto sector-analysts


* Worst-case scenario seen at total shutdown of 2-4 weeks * Pretax hit from 4-week shutdown 2.4 bln eur - Commerzbank * PSA, Fiat could be hit hardest - analysts * Some say shutdown may be offset by flexible working hours By Maria Sheahan FRANKFURT, March 25 (Reuters) - European carmakers face production cuts and a squeeze on profits if difficulties persist in sourcing car parts from Japan, with some analysts saying they could lose up to 2.4 billion euros ($3.4 billion) of annual ...

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