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Some Japanese Makers Restart Operations in China

Some Japanese Makers Restart Operations in China

   Tokyo, Feb. 10 (Jiji Press)--Some Japanese manufacturers are resuming operations in China after a break due to the new coronavirus outbreak, while others are putting off restarts out of concerns about supply chain conditions or the lack of available workers.
   Japanese makers in China halted plant operations, starting around Jan. 24, for the Lunar New Year holiday. Their restarts were set for early February, but the spread of the deadly virus had forced many plants to be closed for an extended period.

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