Japanese automakers on road to recovery

Japan's biggest manufacturers are beginning to dust themselves off and get back to business after last month's devastating earthquake and tsunami. Toyota's plants are now running at 50% capacity and are expected to resume full production by the end of the year. A key auto-parts maker, Renesas Electronics Corp., also said it would resume normal operations next month, easing supply-chain disruptions for both Japanese and American automakers.

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