Peugeot says European production returning to normal


PARIS, March 28 (Reuters) - Peugeot said on Monday that production at its European plants was returning to normal in the wake of supply disruptions caused by the Japanese earthquake. The French carmaker said that conditions are likely to gradually return to pre-crisis production levels starting on Thursday. Last week Peugeot said it had started to reduce production at some European sites after Hitachi , which supplies it with diesel engine components, was hurt by the Japan earthquake ...

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