ESZTERGOM, Hungary – Magyar Suzuki is preparing for possible production interruptions at its plant here, about 23 miles (60 km) north of the Hungarian capital of Budapest, as a result of last month’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The European content of cars built at the factory is about 70%, but the majority of non-European-sourced parts come from Japan, such as gasoline engines and transmissions. “We are evaluating all our components suppliers,” Hisashi Takeuchi, ...

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