VIENNA – PCA Slovakia, the Slovak PSA Peugeot Citroen facility that was forced to reduce production as a result of the March 11 Japan earthquake and tsunami, will return to full output April 6. Based in Trnava, the plant is among the French auto maker’s factories affected by supply disruptions of diesel-engine components sourced from Hitachi in Japan. PCA Slovakia produced nothing on March 28 and cut the second shift on March 29. The plant, which manufactures Peugeot 207 hatchbacks ...

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