TOKYO – Deepening concerns about severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) are putting a temporary damper on the ambitions of major Japanese auto makers in China. Nissan may postpone Sunny launch in China due to SARS. All have contingency plans to withdraw Japanese nationals from China. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. may have to postpone plans for its June launch of the Sunny, while Honda Motor Co. Ltd. could delay the mid-summer introduction of the Fit. And Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd., a ...

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