Suzuki halts operations at motorcycle plant in China
TOKYO, Sept 18
TOKYO, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp said it is suspending operations at one of its motorcycle plants in China on Tuesday as a precautionary measure after anti-Japanese demonstrations in that country.
Operations at the plant in Jinan, Shandong province, will be halted on Tuesday, said Ei Mochizuki, a Suzuki spokesman in Tokyo. No decisions have been made on whether the plant will resume operations on Wednesday, he added.
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