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    Airbag Inflator Maker Moves Up Construction Plan  

    Japan-based Daicel moves up its timetable for building a second U.S. plant to early 2016 to meet demand for inflators from sources other than the potentially deadly devices made by Takata....More
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    West Coast Port Dispute Cuts Into Honda's U.S. Output  

    The Japanese automaker will trim about 5,000 units from production schedules at plants in Indiana and Canada because of the port dispute that has pinched supplies of parts....More
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    Labor Disputes at U.S. Port Disrupt Japanese Production  

    Automakers including Honda, Nissan and Subaru manufacturer Fuji Heavy are resorting to air-freight services to ship parts to the U.S. as labor talks between dockworkers and shipyard operators continue....More
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    Auto Parts Maker Magna Opening Two New India Plants  

    The Canadian parts maker and contract manufacturer says one plant will produce seating systems for a leading automaker, and the other will build vehicle body and chassis for several customers....More
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    UPDATE 4-Ford, Toyota halt some South African output due to strike  

    * NUMSA strike affects Ford's Pretoria plant * Toyota says to halt some production from Tuesday * NUMSA, employers expected to meet on Monday * Smaller UASA union says likely to accept offer this week (adds Mercedes Benz, NUMSA and industry comments) By Wendell Roelf...More
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    Parts Shortages Halt Ford Venezuela Operations  

    Employees at the plant in Valencia say operations will be shut down through May because foreign-currency shortages are curtailing imports of parts....More
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