South Korean auto makers are monitoring a possible parts shortage from their Japanese suppliers, with GM Korea and Renault Samsung already putting production contingencies in place. Japan has been grappling with a series of disasters since a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck the island nation March 11, followed by a killer tsunami that damaged a nuclear powerplant, which now is leaking radiation. The nuclear crisis has forced rolling blackouts throughout the country, which is taking a ...
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