WSJ: Japan's Big 3 Auto Makers to Resume Output


Japan's car industry is rebooting.

Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. said Friday that they will resume production at all factories in Japan later this month, joining Honda Motor Co. in moves to restart production halted by the March 11 earthquake.

Japan's Big Three auto makers said their domestic output will begin only at half of normal volumes. Toyota also indicated its restart will last just 10 days before a holiday shutdown. Its resumption after the holiday will depend on parts availability.

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