Mazda says fire-hit plant to fully restart in April


TOKYO, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Japan's Mazda Motor Corp. said on Thursday it would fully restart operations at a fire-hit domestic plant in April, aiming to limit lost production this business year to about 30,000 units. Mazda, owned one-third by Ford Motor Co. , had said last month that it may lose production of 35,000 units during the business year to March 31 even after raising output at its other Japanese plants. The Ujina No. 1 plant in Hiroshima, western Japan, has been out of action ...

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