MUMBAI – Some auto makers in India are keeping a close eye on a possible disruption of vehicles and key imported parts from Japan following that country’s major earthquake, tsunami and ensuing threat of a nuclear meltdown, which has forced car companies and many suppliers there to temporarily halt production. Toyota Kirloskar says it is evaluating the impact of the quake and will have a clearer picture after its parent company resumes production. Toyota has said it is looking to restart ...

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