UPDATE 1-Nisan to resume output at Japan plants mid-April


* Parts availability will determine production schedules * Iwaki engine plant to resume full output in late April * 55,000 units of lost vehicle production DETROIT, March 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd said on Wednesday it would resume normal operations at all its Japanese plants, except its Iwaki engine facility, by mid-April. Nissan said the production schedules of its Japanese plants will be determined by the availability of parts. It said the impact of the earthquake through ...

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