SEOUL, March 30 (Reuters) - Chief executive of Kia Motors said on Thursday that the South Korean automaker sees no major impact from Japan's deadly earthquake that has disrupted the parts supply chain for some automakers. "We do not plan to adjust our production after the quake," Lee Sam-ung, co-CEO of Kia Motors , told reporters on the sidelines of Seoul Motor Show. However he said that a prologned crisis in Japan could have an impact on supplies used by Kia. Kia is a unit of Hyundai ...
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