Automakers say they will resume limited production at several Japanese factories in early April, but full production depends on the flow of parts.
Company expects to restart some production in April and ramp up to full production in July; the plant should be back to full shipping capability in September.
Automaker said wrecked engine plant in Japan won't return to operations until June and it will take 'some time' before production runs at full capacity.
Japan's government vowed to overhaul nuclear safety standards once its reactor complex is under control, admitting that its safeguards were insufficient.
Automaker wants U.S. car dealers to stop ordering more than 200 replacement parts made in Japan because it's worried about running out of them.
Subaru of America is slowing production at its Lafayette plant because of a temporary auto parts shortage caused by Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami.
The risk of a blackout leading to core damage, while extremely remote, exists at all U.S. nuclear power plants, and some are more susceptible than others.
Workers discovered new pools of radioactive water leaking from Japan's crippled nuclear complex as crews struggled to bring the plant back under control.
Halfway around the globe from Japan, engineers building a cutting-edge nuclear reactor along Finland's shores insist the same crisis couldn't happen here.
Automaker is planning to shut down its plant in Genk, Belgium, for five days starting April 4, in an effort to conserve auto parts in the wake of the earthquake.
About 20 monitors out of 124 nationwide were out of service earlier this week, including units in Harlingen, Texas and Buffalo, New York, EPA said.
In the weeks ahead, thousands of auto plant workers will likely be told to stay home, and automakers such as Toyota and Honda will lose billions.
Possible breach might be a crack or a hole in the stainless steel chamber of the reactor core or in the fuel pool that's lined with several feet of reinforced concrete.
Companies that operate U.S. nuclear power plants are not telling government about some equipment defects that could create safety risks, report says.
Automaker is considering moving some engine production from Japan to the U.S. because of earthquake damage to a Japanese plant.
Prime minister Naoto Kan says the situation at the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant remains 'grave and serious.'
Three workers have been exposed to radioactive elements at Japan's tsunami-crippled plant, and two of them were injured and sent to the hospital for treatment.
World's biggest automaker said it expects to halt production at some of factories in North America due to shortages of parts from Japan.
Toyota said it will resume production of the Prius and two other hybrids while rival Honda has extended its Japan auto shutdown until early April.
Automaker says it will delay the launch of Prius hybrid minivan in Japan due to disruptions in parts supply following the earthquake and tsunami.
Food and Drug Administration said it will halt imports of dairy products and produce from the area of Japan where a nuclear reactor is leaking radiation.
Japan's government said cost of the earthquake and tsunami could reach $309 billion, making it the world's most expensive natural disaster on record.
World's largest PC maker says its employees in Japan are safe but that its office in Sendai sustained significant interior damage and remains closed.
World's largest maker of agricultural equipment said the foundation will also match any contributions from employees up to an additional $500,000.