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Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
- All Assembly Lines at Toyota's Auto Plants in Japan Have Been Shut Down
- Seat Belt Warnings Are About to Get a Lot More Annoying
- Heineken Sells Russian Operations for 1 Euro
- Tile Maker Faces Another Half Million in Fines After 14th Worker Injured
- Whirlpool Out $11.5M Due to Stoves that Turn On by Themselves
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