TOKYO – Japanese auto makers have delayed for several days plans to resume production at their domestic plants as they face more serious problems with their supply chains than originally thought, but that is about to change. Toyota, Nissan and others now are attempting to restore some sense of normalcy to their businesses following last Friday’s devastating 9.0 earthquake and ensuing tsunami that left more than 10,000 dead and 500,000 homeless, while also triggering a nuclear crisis that ...

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