Pandemic coronavirus caused severe problems with the supply of components to car factories, and also significantly affected the demand for cars in the world.
Japanese automaker Subaru from 11 April to 1 may stop car production at its plant in Gunma Prefecture, according to NHK television station.
The reason for this decision – pandemic coronavirus and associated difficulties with the supply of components.
According to NHK, about 80% of the cars with this Subaru factory go for export.
Previously suspended production car the Nissan plant in Fukuoka Prefecture due to the fact that one of the employees had contracted the coronavirus. In addition, Nissan announced plans to lay off about 3 thousand employees in three factories in Spain that also stopped because COVID-19.