DETROIT, March 25 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp said on Friday it has suspended orders from U.S. dealers for Japan-built vehicles for now because of a shortage of parts due to disruptions caused by the Japan earthquake and tsunami. "We aren't taking dealer orders as of right now," Mazda spokesman Tim Gilam said. "We don't think consumers will be actually affected by this because we have enough vehicles in inventory to last us for the immediate future." Mazda has temporarily resumed ...
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